God
There is one God, eternal, existing in three persons - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

The Bible
The Bible is inspired of God, inerrant and of final authority in all matters of faith and practice.

Jesus Christ
The Lord Jesus Christ is fully God, born of a virgin and sinlessly perfect. His sacrifice is substitutionary and representative. He rose bodily from the dead and ascended to His Father's right hand where He now ministers as the believers' Great High Priest.

Holy Spirit
The Holy Spirit infuses new life in the believing, repentant heart. He empowers, directs and gifts believers for holy service. He indwells every believer and is the seal of redemption.

Sin and Salvation
Each member of the human race is a sinner by nature and is under God's righteous judgment. Salvation is God's gracious gift to those who believe, provided at the cost of the redeeming blood of His Son. The recipients of salvation are secure in Christ. They are therefore under obligation to live lives that are holy and pleasing to Him.

The Church
The Church began with the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost and is composed of all believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. The local church is composed of believers in a locality who gather in Christ's name for worship, prayer, edification and witness. Church government is the responsibility of the elders of each congregation.

Baptism and Communion
These are the two essential symbolic acts or ordinances which our Lord requires:
Baptism of believers in Christ signifying new life and devotion to Him as Saviour and Lord.
Communion as a primary ongoing expression of appreciation for the atoning death and resurrection life of Jesus Christ.

The Return of Christ
The personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ could occur at any moment. His return will bring joy to His people, judgment on unredeemed society, restoration of Israel to Him as Messiah, and an eternal state of blessedness for the redeemed. This truth is an ongoing incentive to holy living and faithful service for every believer.

Ultimate Justice
There will be a resurrection to eternal life for all who are in Christ. Those who have ignored and spurned Him face His enduring rejection and are eternally lost.