What We Believe

We strive to be God-centered, Bible-saturated, Gospel-driven, and Grace-motivated
in everything we do.

We exist, like all of God’s created world, for His own glory. Therefore, everything we do has as its chief aim, making much of God. He alone is worthy of our worship. He is absolutely sovereign and infinitely good. We want to understand more and more of Him every second of every day, but we believe that we will never truly see or understand the greatness of God, without looking deeply and intently into His Word.

Because of this, we want our worship services, small groups, and even our times together as individual families to be drenched with the truth of God’s Word. We believe the Bible reveals one overarching truth, called the Gospel. The Gospel is the true good news about Jesus Christ, God’s only Son—His miraculous birth, sinless life, substitutionary death, glorious resurrection, and His soon return.

It is our conviction that this good news changes everything. It changes the way we look at all of life—our goals, dreams, relationships, and our own identity. When the Gospel is central in the life of a church, grace will become one of its undeniable and defining characteristics. This grace that so profoundly shapes our life together is expressed clearly by pastor and author Timothy Keller, "We are more sinful and flawed in ourselves than we ever dared believe, yet at the very same time we are more loved and accepted in Jesus Christ than we ever dared hope.”

For more detailed information about what we believe, we invite you to take a closer look at the following documents:

The New Hampshire Confession of Faith

The Baptist Faith and Message—2000

The Gospel Coalition's Theological Vision for Ministry

To read our doctrinal statement click here.