First and foremost God is love. We believe in the God who is revealed to us in the Bible, in the Old and New Testaments. God is the creator of all things. We believe in the Trinity, God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. God longs to be in a relationship with us. No matter what we have done or how far we go, God loves us and will receive us with open arms. God is full of grace and mercy.




We believe that Jesus is the son of God. He came to earth in order that we could be reconciled with God the Father. Jesus gave his life up on a cross so that we would experience the fullness of forgiveness, mercy and grace. Through the power of God, he rose from the dead and ascended into Heaven. Jesus gave us the ultimate example of sacrificial love. Through Jesus, we experience what it means to be redeemed. Jesus did not come for perfect people he came for all people.   


The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God who is active in the world today, teaching us how to understand God's word, guiding us in our moral decisions, comforting us in our afflictions, and bringing healing and wholeness to all those who seek the Lord. The Holy Spirit not only makes us aware of how we have wronged God and others, but also of the freedom we have in Christ when we seek God's forgiveness and ask for God's help. The Holy Spirit connects us to the power of God and His presence. Through the Spirit, we can experience the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.


We are created in the image of God. God has given us free will and desires that we freely choose to love God and be good stewards over all that is entrusted to us in creation. Yet, we have all misused our free will and fallen short of God's good intentions for us. God gives us grace (grace is simply, something given that is not earned or deserved). None of us are perfect, without faults. We all need Jesus and to be in a relationship with him. The great news is that we do not need to earn the love of Jesus; it is freely given to us. Although we cannot earn our relationship with God, our actions still matter. As followers of Jesus, we should grow in love and faith. Our actions should show that we are seeking to love our neighbors (all people) more and to live a life with Jesus in the center. When we follow Jesus, we acknowledge it is no longer all about us.