Our Beliefs

Statement of our Beliefs

These short statements seek to give insight that we are a Bible believing, Christ Centred, Grace based New Testament Church. While these can’t exhaust and fully explain what we believe in, we believe they give an idea of our beliefs

1. We Believe the Bible is God’s Word. It is inspired, accurate, and authoritative; a perfect guide in all matters of life

2. We Believe in One God, who exists in three Persons — the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He is loving, merciful, holy and just

3. We Believe sin has separated us all from God, and that only through Jesus Christ can we be reconciled to God

4. We believe it is essential for man to repent of sin and by faith receive the finished work of Christ by confessing Him as Lord with his mouth and believing in his heart resulting in regeneration by the Holy Spirit resulting in a lifestyle that is testimony of the inward change

5. We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ as both God and man is the only One who can reconcile us to God. He lived a sinless and exemplary life, died on the cross in our place, and rose again to prove His victory and empower us for life. Today, He is seated at the right hand of the Father as our High Priest and Mediator; and is coming back again as He promised

6. We Believe that salvation is the gift of God to man. This gift is effected by grace through faith in Jesus Christ and it produces works pleasing to God

7. We believe that water baptism is an outward act that demonstrates a believer’s identification with the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus

8. We Believe the Holy Spirit is our Comforter. He guides us in all areas of our lives. He also blesses us with spiritual gifts and empowers us to yield the fruit of the Spirit

9. We Believe Holy Communion is a celebration of Jesus’ death and our remembrance of Him

10. We Believe God wants to transform, heal and prosper us, so that we can live blessed and victorious lives that will impact and help others

11. We believe in the power and significance of the Church and the necessity of believers to meet regularly together for fellowship, prayer and the ‘breaking of bread