We are a Reformed Baptist Church. The history of Reformed Baptist go back to the seventeenth century. At that time, the Protestant Reformation had evolved into several traditions including the Anglican, Lutheran, Dutch Reformed, and Presbyterian Churches and Baptist Churches.
The early Baptists were marked by their belief in Baptism only for believers. Likewise, they had congregational churches. Soon, however, the Baptists came to include those who accepted many Calvinist/Reformed practices other than infant baptism.
Looking back to the Protestant Reformation, we also hold to the Five Solas of Martin Luther. These include Sola scriptura, Sola fide, Sola gratia, Solus Christus, and Soli Deo Gloria.
We also believe in the sufficiency of scripture. Indeed, we are a conservative evangelical church. In general, we have seen many churches today give into false gospels, pragmatism, homosexuality, women ordination, evolution, and ''woke'' beliefs. More and more, American Churches are turning away from orthodox belief and practice. In recent years, we have seen many young people leave the Christian faith, never to return to it. As a body of believers, we wish to return to the commitment of the early Christians. It is also expected that our leaders be faithful to the writings of the Word of God.
Being Reformed Baptist is important to our identity. However, Christianity is our faith.
As a church, our main desire is to be Christ-centered. Currently, we are a new, small church. We have, however, the desire to grow with all those that God sends in our path. We want to show the love of Christ to all people. Likewise, we are a great commission church. Indeed, we are supportive of open-air evangelism, and we endorse this ancient Biblical practice. Additionally, we also appreciate those who take the time to sit down and explain Christianity to others. Finally, we are a family-integrated church. What we mean by ''family integrated'' is that we encourage families to participate in worship together.
What we believe:
We subscribe to the 1689 Second London Baptist Confession.