1. We believe that the Bible is God’s Word, that it was written by men divinely inspired and that it is the supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.
2. We believe in God the Father, perfect in holiness, infinite in wisdom, measureless in power. We rejoice that He concerns Himself mercifully in the affairs of men, that He hears and answers prayer, and that He saves from sin and death all who come to Him though Jesus Christ.
3. We believe in Jesus Christ, the eternal and only begotten Son of God, conceived of the Holy Spirit, of virgin birth, sinless in His life, making atonement for the sins of the world by His death. We believe in His bodily resurrection, His ascension and visible return to the earth according to His promise.
4. We believe in the Holy Spirit who came forth from God to convict the world of sin, of righteousness, and of judgment, and to regenerate, sanctify, and comfort those who believe in Jesus Christ.
5. We believe that all men by nature and choice are sinners and thus subject to God’s judgment, but that God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life (John 3:16). We believe, therefore, that those who accept Christ as Lord and Savior will rejoice forever in God’s presence and those who refuse to accept Christ as Lord and Savior will be forever separated from God.
6. We believe in the church a living spiritual body of which Christ is head and of which all regenerated people are members. We believe that a visible, New Testament, local church is a company of believers in Jesus Christ, immersed on a credible confession of faith, and associated for worship, work, and fellowship. We believe that to these visible churches the task of persuading a lost world to accept Jesus Christ as Savior, and to enthrone Him as Lord and Master has been given. We believe that all human and social improvements are the inevitable by-product of such a Gospel.
7. We believe that every human being is responsible to God alone in all matters of faith; that each church is independent and autonomous and must be kept free from interference by any ecclesiastical or political authority; that, therefore, church and state must be kept separate as having different functions, each fulfilling its duties free from the dictates or patronage of the other.