A bit more about who we are
We are a small congregation of Bible-believing Christians. Under normal circumstances, we meet together several times a week to worship God. What this means primarily is that we listen to the Bible being read and have it explained through preaching. There is also prayer to God and the singing of hymns. We also have round-table Bible studies where everyone can contribute their thoughts and questions. All the time, we are trying to encourage each other to keep focused on God and provoke one another to obey him.
It’s not all about what goes on inside the building, though. We believe that a primary job for the church is getting the message out about Jesus Christ as Saviour. To do this, we speak to people in the local area and distribute literature. We tell them that Christ died for sinners--how he took the punishment for all his people’s sins when he hung on a tree at a place called Calvary 2000 years ago. Our message is clear: all have sinned and fall short of God’s glory. Our sin must be punished, and this penalty is eternal. To those who are rightly disturbed by this, the good news is that, if they submit to God in prayer and trust Jesus, they can have all their sins written off--no matter how bad or numerous. As if that wasn’t enough, he promises eternal life to those people! What a God of grace.
Why don’t you visit us? Whether a Christian already or someone wanting to know more, we’d love to see you.
Currently, the ministry is conducted online. Live webcasts go out on SermonAudio, YouTube and Facebook each Sunday morning. Each of these allows "cath up" listening too. We also have a podcast on Spotify.
What we believe
As a broad outline of Christian belief, we commend the ancient Apostles' Creed. Concerning those doctrines relating to God's purpose in salvation, we agree with the Canons of Dort. However, we maintain that scripture alone is infallible, and even the best outline of belief ("confession of faith", "creed", etc.) does not have the authority of scripture, and no man has the right to demand that believers subscribe to any such man-made document. As a summary of some of our beliefs, we should describe ourselves as: