Our Confession of Faith

We accept, as the fullest and most cohesive expression of our faith, the historic 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. However, in so doing, we affirm that the ultimate authority in all matters of faith, order, and morals is, and must ever be the Bible alone, as articulated in the opening article of this Confession itself.

This historic document is, however, an excellent summary of “the things most surely believed among us.” We accept it not as an infallible rule or code of faith for us, but rather as an assistance to us in doctrinal definition, a confirmation in the things of the faith, and a means of edification in righteousness.

Here, the members of our church will have a body of theology in compact form and, by means of Scriptural proofs, will be readily able to give a reason for the hope that is within them (I Pet. 3:15).