Our Message to Others
The basis of our faith is the Bible, God's inspired word, and this is our authority in both faith and conduct.
We believe in God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
We proclaim the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ that by faith in Him, His death and resurrection, there is complete personal salvation.
Our Fellowship Together
The fellowship of the Church is rich and deep. This is because it does not depend only on the friendliness of its members, or upon the various social activities, but upon a unity created by the Spirit of Jesus Himself. We are all one in Him, as members of His Body; this is the strength of the Church.
Our Aims and Responsibilities as Church Members
To seek to live a life consistent with the Gospel and worthy of our high calling in Christ.
To spend some time every day in prayer and reading the Bible.
To share each Lord's Day, unless unavoidably prevented, in the corporate worship of the Church.
To uphold the Church by prayer concern, both privately and by being present, whenever possible, at meetings for corporate prayer.
To live in loyal love and fellowship with all the other members of the Church.
To take some part in the work of the Church, according to our gifts, calling and opportunities.
To accept personal responsibility for the government of the local Church, by being present, whenever possible, at the Church Meeting.
To set aside and give a sum of money for the work of God's Kingdom at home and overseas.
To attempt, by personal invitation, hospitality and visitation, to introduce and bring others to the Church.
To witness to the Lord Jesus Christ by word and deed, and to take part in the evangelization of the world.