What We Believe

What Drives Us

Gathering in Worship

Though all of life is worship, God has prescribed a time on the Sabbath for His people to gather together corporately in worship. It is the gathering of God’s people, according to His call, where God is glorified, and His people are blessed. The end of public worship is the glory of God.

The Lord Jesus Christ has prescribed no fixed forms for public worship but, in the interest of life and power in worship, has given His church a large measure of liberty in this matter. It may not be forgotten, however, that there is true liberty only where the rules of God’s Word are observed and the Spirit of the Lord is, that all things must be done decently and in order, and that God’s people should serve Him with reverence and in the beauty of holiness.

God Himself prescribes all pieces, parts, and the whole of worship, for His glory alone.

Growing in Walk

As Christians who have been effectually called and regenerated, it is not only our duty, but also our great privilege to grow in our walk with God through the means of His grace: sacraments, prayer, and the preaching/teaching/reading of His Word.
It is through these means of grace that we are quickened to duty and strengthened to the practice of true holiness - yet imperfect in this life, but growing in perfection. 

Going in Witness

Like worship, all of life is witness. We are called to not only show the love of Christ by the lifestyle we lead, but also share the Word of God through what we speak, whether locally in our daily walk, or globally as called full-time missionaries.

 Acts 1:8--...You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.

Our Distinctives

Christ-Centered Worship
We are traditional, confessional, and Christ-Centered in worship. Each element of our worship services is included for a specific Biblical reason.
Expository Preaching
Expository preaching is grounded in scripture, aligns the interpretation with the rest of the Bible, and always situates the passage within the Bible’s narrative showing how Christ is the final fulfillment of the text’s theme.
We are reformed in theology and Presbyterian in government. Sola Scriptura, Solfa Fide, Sola Gratia, Solus Christus, Soli Deo Gloria.
Community of Believers
We gather corporately for worship and fellowship with one another through groups and events weekly and throughout the year. We do life together.
To learn more about our philosophy of ministry and why we worship the way we do, go to our worship guide page by clicking the button below.
The PCA is a denomination devoted to keeping the faith once for all delivered to the saints.
We adhere to the Westminster Confession of Faith as a faithful representation of the doctrines contained in Scripture.