Our doctrinal standards are based upon the Bible. The Westminster Confession of faith is also referenced as a good summary of biblical doctrines.
God is one, eternally self-existing in three persons: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The Bible is the inspired inerrant word of God and is His divine directive for faith and living.
Mankind sinned in Adam, became radically corrupted, and is incapable of coming to Christ, or to do anything to receive salvation.
Sovereign election is God's choosing of sinners out of every nation, based on His unfathomable love and mercy alone, to be redeemed and quickened by the Holy Spirit through the atoning death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Regeneration is the work of the Holy Spirit in giving sinners a new birth as children of God and he enables them to repent and believe in Christ as their savior.
Justification is through faith alone where by the undeserving, having their sins forgiven, are made right with God, and clothed with the righteousness of Christ.
Sanctification is the work of the Holy Spirit transforming the believer into the image of Christ; manifesting the Lords character, holiness and good works in the Christian's life.
Sacraments of baptism and communion are practiced as signs and seals of the covenant of grace.
Death is the passing of the Christian's soul into the blessed presence of God, and the unbeliever's soul into eternal condemnation.
The Resurrection of the just and unjust occurs at the bodily, visible return of Jesus Christ to reward the righteous and punish the wicked, consummating the eternal plan of God.