We are a Christian people, united with all true believers in proclaiming Jesus Christ as Lord. We believe that God loves us so much that he gave his only son, Jesus to be our Savior. We believe that because of the sacrificial death of Jesus, all people may receive forgiveness of sins and be restored to a right relationship with God. Since we have been reconciled to God, we believe that we must also be reconciled to one another. We should love each other as we have been loved by God and forgive each other as we have been forgiven by God. We accept the Holy Bible as the source of spiritual truth. We belong to the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition and affirm the historic creeds and beliefs of the Christian faith.
We are a holiness people, called by Scripture and drawn by grace to worship God and to love Him with our whole heart, soul, mind, and strength, and our neighbors as ourselves. We believe that in response to our faith, the Holy Spirit begins to transform and empower us day by day to be a people of love and spiritual discipline, ethical and moral purity, compassion and justice. It is the work of the Holy Spirit that restores us in the image of God and produces in us the character of Christ. Holiness in the life of believers is most clearly understood as Christ likeness.
We are a people with a mission to make Christ like disciples … going into all the world. Our mission begins as we gather together for worship and then moves outward into the world.
Our mission is to receive new believers into the fellowship and to start new worshiping congregations.
Our mission is to share God’s love for the lost and His compassion for the poor and broken by helping to meet the real needs of hurting people. We are committed to inviting people to faith, to caring for those in need and to include in our fellowship all who will call upon the name of the Lord. We are committed to train and educate so that men and women will be equipped as Christian leaders to accomplish the service God calls us to.