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  • What Do We Believe?
  • The   Bible

    We believe that the Holy Bible is the Living Word of God and functions as the authority in matters of faith and life (2 Timothy 3:16, Psalm 119:105).


    We believe that there is one God (Deuteronomy 6:4), eternally existing in three persons: The father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (Matthew 3:16-17, 28:19, Colossians 1:15-20).

    Jesus   Christ

    We believe that Jesus Christ is both fully God and fully human, who by His death and resurrection has redeemed us and is our personal Lord and Savior (Isaiah 9:6, John 11:25).

    The   Holy   Spirit

    We believe the Holy Spirit is always present at work in a community of believers. Its gifts vary from person to person, subsequently all gifts are celebrated (1 Corinthians 12:4-7, John 20:22).

    Human   Nature

    We believe that no one is perfect and the human condition is by nature sinful and unclean. Human beings need God's love, forgiveness, and abounding grace (Romans 3:23).


    We believe in the power of prayer and pledge to become more faithful in our collective and individual prayer life (Philipians 4:4-7).

    Holy Baptism   &   Holy   Communion

    We believe, teach and profess that Jesus Christ is truly present in, around and under the elements of bread and wine. In Holy Baptism, we believe, teach and profess that one is initiated into the family of Christ. In these two sacraments, God's amazing gift of grace refreshes us through life-giving water, and nourishes us to go forth and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ (Matthew 28:16-20, 1 Corinthians 11:23-26).

    Our   Church

    We believe we are a part of a greater body of Christ alive in the world (Romans 12:1-8, 1 Corinthians 12:12-31).

    Our   Lutheran   Heritage   and   Identity

    We believe, teach and confess our faith in the Lutheran reformation themes of: grace through faith alone, scripture alone, and Christ alone! A personal relationship with the triune God is a gift, not an accomplishment (Hebrews 11:1-3, Psalm 119:105, Romans

  • How Do We Live Out Our Christian Faith?

  • In the promises made through our Baptism, we will —
    • Faithfully attend the worship services of God's House.
    • Study diligently and faithfully the Holy Scriptures.
    • Engage in regular opportunities for Christian learning.
    • Be good stewards of God's gifts as we joyfully give back to the church our time, talents and financial support for our ministry missions.
    • Witness to and welcome all people into Christian fellowship.
    • Be diligent in our being a people of prayer.

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