We are a Bible believing church family that is committed to a Christ-centered expression of the historic Christian faith. We emphasize the core tenets of salvation by "grace alone" though "faith alone" in "Christ alone" and we embrace sound doctrine. When it comes to disputable matters we “make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace” (Ephesians 4).
We are an autonomous local church that works together with other gospel proclaiming, evangelical churches for support, accountability, and joint mission projects. We also network with pastors from other Wesley Chapel churches for fellowship, encouragement, sharing resources, and support. We meet together monthly for prayer and we participate in joint services and community events together from time to time.
Statement Of Faith
The Bible The Bible, including both Old and New Testaments as originally given, is the verbally and plenarily inspired Word of God and is free from error in the whole and in the part, and is therefore the final authoritative guide for faith and conduct
The Trinity There is one God eternally existent in three distinct persons in one divine essence, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
God the Father God the Father has revealed Himself as the Creator and preserver of the universe, to Whom the entire creation and all creatures are subject.
The Human Race God created Adam and Eve in His image to live in fellowship with Him. They fell into sin through the temptation of Satan and thereby lost fellowship with God. Through their disobedience the entire human race became totally depraved, that is, self-centered sinners who oppose God, and who by nature are unable to trust, fear or love Him. They are subject to the devil, and are condemned to death under the eternal wrath of God.
God the Son Jesus Christ, the Eternal Son, is the image of the invisible God. To accomplish our redemption, He became fully human, being conceived of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary. Jesus Christ, who is true God and true man, by His perfect obedience and substitutionary death on the cross, has purchased our redemption. He arose from the dead for our justification in the body in which He was crucified. He ascended into heaven, where He is now seated at the right hand of God, the Father, as our interceding High Priest. He will come a second time personally, bodily, and visibly to gather the believers unto Himself and to establish His millennial kingdom. He will judge the living and the dead and make an eternal separation between believers and unbelievers. His kingdom shall have no end.
God the Holy Spirit The Holy Spirit is a divine person eternally one with the Father and with the Son. Through the Word of God He convicts people of sin, persuades them to confess their sinfulness to God and calls them to faith through the Gospel. He regenerates, sanctifies, and preserves believers in the one true faith. He comforts, guides, equips, directs, and empowers the church to fulfill the great commission.
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