what we believe: we are…


We believe in the God who reveals Himself in the Bible, as well as in the person and work of Jesus. He is one God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
When we rebel against God’s Word, it causes brokenness in all our relationships, including with God. But God loves us enough to heal that brokenness for us with the cross.

While all other religions teach that the goal of life is something we must know or do, the Bible teaches that we are known by God and that salvation has already been done for us by Jesus.


Like Martin Luther, the 16th century monk who set out to reform the church, we believe that:
  • People are saved only by the grace of God and not by  works
  • People receive that grace only by faith in Jesus and not by some secret teaching.
  • God revealed this plan of salvation through the Bible and not by any special revelation unique to just one person.


LCMS Lutheran

We belong to the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod, a group of churches who agree to ‘walk together’ (Synod) with commonly held beliefs. We believe that the Bible is the Word of God inerrant and inspired, and is the source and norm of our faith. We also hold the Lutheran Confessions to be a faithful exposition of Scripture and what we believe. Read more here.