“We celebrate Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
We provide a church home and nurturing Christian relationships through which our faith is demonstrated.
We reach out in love and grow in faith through worship, study, stewardship; programs that include Christian education, music, Sunday School, youth groups, missions, small group ministries, and pre-school and by utilizing the many and varied talents with which we are blessed.
We provide prayer, pastoral care, and compassionate support through the ministry of our pastors, staff, and congregation.
We recognize the continuing growth in our church membership and in the community. We invite the community to participate in our ministry and fellowship and ultimately extend our efforts to the world through the larger church.
We carry out our ministries with “energy, intelligence, imagination, and love” relying on God’s grace and blessing as we seek to accomplish our mission.”
The Top Ten Beliefs of the Presbyteria n Church in the Reformed Tradition
1 - The necessity of obedience to the Word of God which directs us to work for justice in the transformation of society
2 - The recognition humanity's sinfulness. Nothing we do or say is without sin.
3 - The faithful stewardship of God's creation
4 - The covenant life in the church, ordering itself according to the Word of God
5 - God's election of people for salvation and service
6 - The sovereignty of God
7 - The final authority of Scripture as the basis for salvation and the life of faith
8 - The justification by grace through faith
9 - The incarnation of the eternal Word of God in Jesus Christ, our Saviour
10 - The mystery of the Trinity: Father as Creator, Son as Redeemer, and the Holy Spirit as Comforter
REFORMED, ALWAYS REFORMING