What We Believe
“Gospel” literally translates to “good news.” It refers to the message about Jesus’ life, death and resurrection and the resulting benefits that come our way. So, understanding the Gospel begins with understanding who Jesus is. Here we go: (read more)
We believe the entire Bible is inspired by God, is without error, and is the authority on which we base our faith, conduct, and doctrine.
We believe in one God who exists in three distinct persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We believe Jesus Christ is the Son of God who came to this earth as Saviour of the world. The Holy Spirit leads and guides us into all truth and empowers us for effective ministry.
We believe Jesus died on the cross and shed His blood for our sins. We believe that salvation is found by placing our faith in what Jesus did for us on the cross. We believe Jesus rose from the dead and is coming again.
We believe water baptism is a symbol of the cleansing power of the blood of Christ and a testimony to our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. If you would like to be baptised, please contact us and let us know.
We believe in the regular taking of Communion as an act of remembering what the Lord Jesus did for us on the cross.
We believe every believer should be in a growing relationship with Jesus by obeying God’s Word, yielding to the Holy Spirit and by being conformed to the image of Christ.
We believe that Jesus Christ baptises Christians with the Holy Spirit, and that this baptism, which is a distinct experience from salvation, is promised to every believer. (Matthew 3:11; Acts 10:44-46; 8:14-17; 11:14-16; 2:32-33; 15:7-9)
We believe that God never removed the gifts of the Spirit, referred to in 1 Corinthians chapters 12 to 14, and that whenever the Holy Spirit moves upon the Church in power, He gives spiritual gifts to everyone as He chooses. (1 Corinthians 12:4-11; Romans 12:4-12)
We believe that today God still performs miracles of the nature that is recorded in the Scriptures. He heals the sick just as He did in the days of the early church and Christians are still given the gift of healing and the gift of working miracles in order to impact the lives of people and bring glory to God. (John 14:12; Mark 16:16-18; Matthew 8:16-17; 1 Corinthians 12:9-10; James 5:14-15)