We believe there is one true God and that he alone must be worshiped and adored. We believe the Bible teaches us that God is eternal, almighty, perfectly wise, just and the fountain of all good. We worship God as one being, yet three distinct persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Scripture also teaches us that each of these persons have distinct roles.
We believe that God fully makes himself and his will for us known in his Word, the Bible. The Bible was written by humans, but is not a human document. The Bible is God-breathed and inspired by the Holy Spirit. We believe without any doubt all things written in the Bible and it serves as the regulation, foundation, and confirmation of our faith.
The main teachings of the Bible have been summarized in documents called creeds or confessions. Of the many creeds that have appeared throughout the history of the Christian church, we have chosen to adopt three creeds and three confessions as our own.
The confessions have come to us from the Reformation of the sixteenth century, namely:
We consider these creeds to be faithful summaries of the Word of God. As human documents, however, they possess human authority. Only the Word of God possesses divine authority. The contents of our creeds and confessions are always subject to and to be tested by the standard of the Word of God.