Curious as to what our beliefs are? We are rooted in Wesleyan-Arminian theology; holiness as evidenced by the fruit of the Spirit is a hallmark of our beliefs. We welcome any and all to join us as we follow Jesus Christ together.
At our core, we firmly believe in the unerring power of the living God, whose words are contained within the infallible Bible.
The Trinity stands as a cornerstone of our faith. God, the eternal creator, reveals Himself in the three divine manifestations of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Unlike a mere human organization, the Church represents a spiritual organism, comprising those who have embraced Jesus Christ as their Savior. Through salvation alone, one becomes a member of God's Church.
Recognizing that sin, willful disobedience, creates a rift between humanity and the almighty Creator, we acknowledge this separation.
Through His sacrificial death and triumphant resurrection, Jesus paved a bridge back to God, offering salvation to all.
True repentance and divine forgiveness bring about a transformative experience, where one becomes a new person—born again.
In our pursuit of eternal life, we find solace in God's desire for us to live in faith, free from uncertainty regarding our relationship with Him.
Emphasizing the freedom bestowed upon mankind, being born again does not strip away our ability to choose, including the possibility of reverting to sin.
Salvation fosters equality, uniting individuals as brothers and sisters, transcending barriers of color, gender, nationality, or financial status. It also embraces the empowerment of men and women as pastors and leaders.
God, filled with grace and loving kindness, exhibits patience by delaying His return, granting everyone an opportunity to find salvation.
Sanctification, achieved through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. This process empowers Christians to lead holy, righteous, and godly lives, evident through the fruit of the Spirit.
In remembrance of Jesus Christ's sacrifice on the cross, we follow His commandment by observing the Lord's Supper.
Baptism, symbolizing the death of one's old self, burial with Christ, and rising to new life, follows the acceptance of salvation and is practiced through immersion.
Following Christ's example of servanthood, we wash one another's feet as a tangible demonstration of humility.
Eternal reward awaits in heaven, a sacred place where all born-again individuals will dwell with Jesus and the Father for eternity.
Furthermore, those who have not embraced repentance and God's forgiveness will face eternal punishment and torment in hell.
Recognizing the significance of the family unit, we uphold the institution of marriage as instituted by God. It joins one naturally biological man and one naturally biological woman in a sacred bond, symbolizing the profound union of Christ and the Church.
Children are a divine gift, and we are called to nurture and guide them, introducing them to God's plan for their lives.
We firmly advocate for the sanctity of life, acknowledging that it is not within human authority to terminate life, whether pre-birth or through assisted suicide. Human life is a precious gift from God.
As Christians, we are committed to supporting organizations that assist individuals in navigating the challenges associated with choosing life.
Christian stewardship guides our actions, as we consider ourselves stewards of the abundant gifts bestowed upon us by God. Inspired by the selflessness of our Lord, we willingly give back in gratitude for His grace.
We are affiliated with the Church of God (Anderson). For additional information about our beliefs, visit https://www.jesusisthesubject.org/our-beliefs/