The Scriptures tell us that salvation is only through the merits of Jesus Christ who died on the cross for our sins. While we adhere to historic Baptist principles, perhaps "biblicists" defines us better.
We believe that the Bible is the only rule of faith and practice (II Timothy 3:16).
Baptists maintain that there is no creed but the Bible. The Holy Scriptures are a revelation from God, given to every individual. The Scriptures are the reference point for our faith.
The two basic qualifications in a New Testament church are regeneration (coming to Christ) and immersion (baptism), in that order. (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 2:41,47). We believe a church is composed of people who have accepted Christ as their personal Savior.
We are a local, independent Baptist church following the rule of practice found in the New Testament with a pastor and deacons.
This is the right of the individual to have direct access to God. That means each individual has the right to pray directly to God, and the right to interpret Scripture, as the Holy Spirit guides him.
The Bible speaks of only two church ordinances: believer's baptism and the Lord's Supper.