In our faith there are central and peripheral beliefs. The central beliefs are the core of what we believe and are essential to
We believe in one God who is three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit – All distinct and separate, yet equal and one.
We believe that God, the Father, loves us.
We believe Jesus, the Son, died to forgive our sins and rose from the dead to give us eternal life.
We believe the Holy Spirit unites us with Jesus and gives us access to God.
Peripheral beliefs are also important, but we believe that each individual has the freedom and responsibility to explore them
as they are guided by the Holy Spirit and revealed through Jesus Christ in the Bible.
We believe that every person is on a Spiritual journey and that no two people are in exactly the same place. For this reason,
we do not force anyone to accept doctrines, creeds or confessions they don’t understand. Instead, we strive to present the
Bible in relevant and engaging ways to encourage everyone to think through and wrestle with their own faith.
Most importantly we believe in providing a community where people are loved, accepted and encouraged no matter
where they are on their own Spiritual journey. We believe that, “Christ died for the ungodly” (Romans 5:6) and that His
church is meant to be the perfect place for imperfect people.