Presbyterians believe in the God of the Trinity: Creator, Son, and Holy Spirit. The Bible is the inspired word of God and with the Holy Spirit guides our daily living.
We celebrate two Sacraments: the Sacrament of Baptism and the Sacrament of Holy Communion. We practice both infant and adult baptisms. Our Communion is open to all. Presbyterians believe that Jesus is God incarnate (in the flesh). Jesus came into the world to reconcile us to God.
Sin is anything that we do that separates us from God or any other human being. Sin is our intended action or inaction that causes damage to God’s creation. Jesus came into the world and through his death and resurrection made available to all people forgiveness for our mistakes (sins). We are saved by grace through our faith in Jesus Christ. Salvation is available to all who seek it.
To continue to grow in our Christian faith through Bible study, weekly and special worship services, retreats, personal devotion and prayer. We seek to live out our Christian faith in our words, our actions and our relationships with God and each other. We work toward building strong relationships in our community and beyond. We seek to be welcoming to ALL people.
Prayer is the means by which we connect ourselves intentionally with God. We are called to pray for those who are sick, lost, broken, hungry, homeless, and in need of God’s care. We are also called to express our gratitude to God for the many blessings we experience in our lives. We believe that time spent in quiet reflection with God is important to our faith journey.
We gather to worship God, study Christ’s teachings, and discover the work of the Holy Spirit. We respond to God’s call by providing nurturing, vital, Christian fellowship. We go out to spread God’s love and justice in our diverse community and world.
Worship begins at 10 A.M. every Sunday.