The Bible is the inspired and inerrant word of God by which he has revealed himself in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. One God, eternally loving and gracious.
In Adam’s disobedience, all humanity fell from its original relation to God, and is thus dead in sin and enslaved by it.
The Father, in his infinite love and mercy, sent his Son, Jesus Christ into the world so that we may be saved through his sacrificial death and bodily resurrection.
The Holy Spirit raises man to spiritual life and convicts him of sin. By faith, when the sinner is baptized, he is clothed with the righteousness of Christ, becomes a saint of God, and is joined to Christ’s Church.
The goal of God’s salvation in the life of the Christian is worship, purity, and service to the glory of God.
Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are central to the Christian faith. These gracious gifts are biblical rituals of God’s covenant with believers and their children, as well as those who come to trust in Christ as adults.
At death the Christian’s soul passes immediately into God’s presence to enjoy him forever, while his body rests in the ground awaiting the final resurrection.
The good news of God’s salvation in Jesus Christ will be proclaimed by the Church, in the power of the Holy Spirit, with the nations discipled according to the Great Commission of Matthew 28.