We believe that the King James Version 1611 Bible, made up of 66 books, is verbally inspired of God, inerrant and is the
supreme and final authority in faith and in conduct.

We believe that God has preserved His word in the English by way of the King James Version 1611, and in the Greek by
way of the Textus Receptus. This is the only reliable text we have.

We believe that man, once holy, fell by voluntary transgression from his holy state and is now utterly void of holiness
and is total depraved.

We believe that sinners are saved by grace alone apart from any works.

We believe that men are justified by faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and by God's grace.

We believe that salvation is to all who repent and receive the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior.

We believe that repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ are the duties of everyone that wants to be
saved.

We believe that election is the eternal purpose of God by which He graciously regenerates, sanctifies, and saves sinners.

We believe that sanctification, begun in regeneration, and ever progressive, is the process by which we are made to
partake of God's holiness.

We believe in a local visible new testament church which is not a universal nor an invisible church.

We believe in the autonomy of the church which is under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. The church submits herself to the
Bible as her one and only rule of faith and practice.

We believe the institution that God created to send out missionaries into the world, to reach the lost, is the local new
testament church.

We believe that a church is a congregation of born again, baptized, believers united in faith and fellowship of the gospel,
observing the ordinances of baptism and the Lord's supper.  The biblical positions in the church are Pastors and
Deacons.   The church is supported by the tithes and offerings of it's own membership.

We believe that scriptural baptism is the immersion in water of a believer by the properly qualified administrator and by
the authority of a scriptural church into the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.

We believe in closed communion which is practiced by the local assembly using the elements of unleavened bread and the
fruit of the vine.

We believe that the Lord's day, first day of the week, should be set aside to worship God.

We believe in the bodily, visible, personal return of the Lord Jesus Christ and the catching away of the saints.

We believe all men will experience a physical resurrection. The righteous unto eternal life and the wicked unto eternal
damnation.

We believe in a literal heaven with all of its glories and of a literal hell with all of its torments.
Statement of Faith