We believe in God the Father Almighty, Creator of Heaven and Earth, and in His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ our Savior from sin and death, and in the Holy Spirit our ever-present Sanctifier, Comforter, and Guide.
We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the revealed will of God to mankind.
We believe the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ and His Holy Apostles are a full and sufficient statement of the duties and faith of the Church.
We believe that Jesus Christ died for our sins, that he was buried, and that He rose again the third day immortal, that He ascended bodily from Earth to Heaven where He sits at the right hand of God the Father to make intercession for us. From thence He will come again personally to this earth to judge the living and the dead and to establish His everlasting Kingdom “under the whole Heaven.”
We believe that the declaration of the Lord Jesus Christ and His Apostles as found in the New Testament are a sufficient statement of the future inheritance of the saved and of the punishment of the unsaved and whatsoever expressions of men that agree not thereto should not be believed or taught.
We believe and uphold the Doctrinal principles of the Advent Christian Denomination; that man was created for immortality but forfeited this because of sin and that only through faith in Jesus Christ, can men receive immortality and live forever, thus excluding all hope of universal salvation.
We believe that death is a condition of unconsciousness which all men face and a condition which will remain unchanged until the resurrection at Christ’s Second Coming, at which time the righteous will receive everlasting life while the wicked will be punished with “everlasting destruction,” complete extinction of being.
We believe that Baptism according to the Scripture in Romans 6:3-5 and the Communion Service according to the Scripting in 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 are ordinances of the Church of Christ to be observed by believers until the Savior comes again; immersion being true baptism.
We believe that the first day of the week, as the day set apart by the early Church in commemoration of Christ’s resurrection, should be observed as the Christian Sabbath, and used as a day of rest and religious worship.