Our Beliefs

We believe that there is one living and True God. Eternally in three Persons, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, equal in power and glory; and that this trinity created all, upholds all and governs all (Matthew 28: 19; Cir. 13:-14;Luke 3:22).

We believe that the Scripture of the Old and New Testament. The Word of God, fully inspired, without error in the original, manuscripts, and the infallible faith and practice (Psalms 119: 89; 1 Peter 1:19 – 21; 2 Timothy 3:16).

We believe in Divine Healing. Our God revealed Himself to us in His Holy Spirit seven redemptive names. The Word of God places great importance on names because it is important for us to know how God has revealed himself to us. One name meaning. “The Lord that healeth thee.” That is not just what God does…it is who he is. (Exodus 15:26; Ex.23:25; Psalms 103:3; Proverbs 4:20-22; Isaiah 53:4-5; Matthew. 8:2-3; Matthew 8:16-17; 1 Peter 2:24)

We believe in Laying on Hands has two main functions in the Word of God. First is to ordain an individual into particular ministry to which they have been called. In this instance it would be one of the fivefold ministries and/or the existence of the church who would lay hands on the person.

The second is the laying on hands for the purpose of imparting healing to the sick. The Word of God teaches the born-again believer the authority, power and commission of our Lord Jesus to lay hands on the sick in the Name of Jesus and become God’s channel to inner healing to the sick. (Hebrews 6:2; Deuteronomy 33:4-9; Acts 13:2-3; Mark 5: 22-23; Mark 8: 22-25; Mark 16: 16-18; Acts 5:12; Acts 28: 8-9)

We believe in Anointing with Oil. Oil is a type, symbol of the Holy Spirit, anointing with oil is a physical act to show visibly the invisible anointing of the Holy Spirit upon another person or a thing. The anointing of the Holy Spirit, symbolized anointing with oil, had two main purposes. The purposes are: to symbolize sanctifying and setting apart of a person or an object as sacred and for the use of service of God, and to bring about healing of the physical body. (Exodus 29:36; Leviticus 8:11; Leviticus 8:30; I Kings 19:16; Isaiah 1:16)

We believe in Water Baptism. Water baptism is administered to those who have repented of their sins and who have believed on the Lord Jesus Christ to the saving of their souls (Romans 6:3-5; Col 2:12)

We believe in The Lord’s Supper. We believe the Lord’s Supper, where the members of the church commemorate the sacrificial death of Christ. It is designed not only to commemorate his death, but to confirm our faith . (I Corinthians 11:20-34; Matthew 26:17-30)

We believe in the Lord’s Day. The first day of the week (Sunday) is the Lord’s Day. It is to be kept sacred for religious purposes, employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion. (Hebrews 10:24-34; Isaiah 58: 13-14)

We believe in Civil Government. Established for the interest and good order of human society. (Romans 13: 1-7; Acts 5:29; Matthew 22:21)

We believe in the Resurrection. Bodies of men after death return to the dust, but their spirit returns immediately to God rising to life after death. The righteous are appointed to rest with Him and the wicked are appointed to serve under darkness to the judgment. (Matthew 3:18; Matthew 22:23; Luke 16:25)

We believe in the Judgment. The blessed hope, the personal and sudden return of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ often used to refer to God’s discipline of His people. (Psalms 9:16; Romans 2:2; Acts 24:34-46; Revelation 22:11; I Thessalonians 4:13-18; Acts 1:11)