About Our Fellowship

We are here to love and serve Jesus Christ!  We are here to love and serve one another as unto the Lord!

We are a fellowship of believers in the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Our supreme desire is to know Christ and be conformed to His image by the power of the Holy Spirit. We are not a denominational church, nor are we opposed to denominations as such, only to their over-emphasis of the doctrinal differences that have led to the division of the Body of Christ. We do believe in key doctrinal tenets that form the basis of a true Christian faith.


 

We believe that the only true basis of Christian fellowship is Christ’ (agape) love, which is greater than any differences we possess, and without which we have no right to claim ourselves Christians.

We believe worship of God should be spiritual. Therefore, we remain flexible and yielded to the leading of the Holy Spirit to direct our worship.

We believe worship of God should be inspirational. Therefore, we place great emphasis on music in our worship.

We believe worship of God should be intelligent. Therefore, our services are designed with great emphasis upon the teaching of God’s Word that He might instruct us how He should be worshipped.

We believe that worship of God should be fruitful. Therefore, we look for His love in our lives as the supreme manifestation that we have been truly worshipping Him.

We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit. By His indwelling, the Christian is enabled to live a godly life, and to be a witness for Christ. We also believe that His power, gifts, and enablement are available to all believers today.

We believe in the inerrancy (free from error) of Scripture, therefore our ministry emphasizes the exposition of God’s Word from Genesis to Revelation, line upon line, precept upon precept. We also seek to teach God’s Word in such a way that its message can be applied to an individuals life, leading that person to greater maturity in Christ.

We believe it is important to uphold the Scriptural practices of the early church. Therefore, we hold to the practice of water baptism (immersion) and the regular taking of communion. We do not believe that either of these practices are essential for salvation, but that they serve as a demonstration of our living faith in Christ.