We believe in the Doctrines of Grace. We hold to 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith. While this Confession of Faith gives an idea of our Doctrinal stand, we do not lean upon this confession of Faith for our final authority. The Holy Bible of only 66 books, is our only rule of Christian Faith, practice and conduct. We take the view about the Confession of Faith in the attitude as once C. H. Spurgeon did, “…not issued as an authoritative rule, or code of faith, whereby you are to be fettered, but as an assistance to you in controversy, a confirmation in faith, and a means of edification in righteousness. Here the younger members of our Church will have a body of divinity in small compass, and by means of the Scriptural proofs, will be ready to give a reason for the hope that is in them…” We give thanks to God that He has given us both The Holy Word & The Holy Spirit.
We are Non-Conformist an Evangelical Reformed Baptist Church. The Gospel of our God, which is concerning the Lord Jesus Christ, is preached and the Word of God is expounded faithfully week by week. We seek to live for the glory of God and this is our chief end in view. It is our prayer that our Church would be a worshipping Church, a praying Church, a serving Church, a growing Church, a witnessing Church, a loving Church where agape love is exercised with sincerity. We love God as the apostle John has taught us and the reason is because He loved us first! We seek to live with the attitude of as Christian pilgrims and strangers in this world. Yes, “strangers” but we are not strange people but normal seeking to reach out the local community as the salt of the earth and the light of the world as taught by our Lord Jesus Christ in the teaching (Matthew chapters 5-7) of the Sermon on the mount. More can be said but this little note gives a bit of an idea of our Christian Faith and our understanding of this world.