We believe that the Bible is the inspired and authoritative Word of God, without error in all that it teaches.

There is one God, eternal and self-existing in three persons (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit).

We believe that God created all that there is—the heavens, the earth, and all things—from nothing. He created man, male and female, in His image, possessing knowledge, righteousness, and holiness, and having the law of God written in their hearts.

All humanity participated in Adam’s fall from his original sinless state and is thus lost in sin and totally helpless. We are all sinners in the sight of God, justly deserving His displeasure, and without hope save in His sovereign mercy.

We believe in the sovereign grace of God in creation and redemption, expressed by way of covenant of grace, the relationship that God establishes with us and guarantees by His Word.

We confess the life, death, resurrection, and second coming of Jesus Christ, the God/man, for the salvation of his people.

The Sovereign God, for no other reason than His own unfathomable love and mercy, has chosen lost sinners from every nation to be redeemed by the quickening power of the Holy Spirit and through the atoning death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ.

We believe that it is the powerful Holy Spirit who brings men and women to faith in Jesus and gives them gifts for service in his church. Those undeserving sinners whom the Spirit quickens come to believe in Christ as Savior by the Word of God, are born again, become sons and daughters of God, and will persevere to the end.

We understand that justification is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.

We believe that what the Bible teaches is summarized best by the Westminster Confession of Faith.

We recognize the Church as the Body of Christ and the fellowship of God's people. To strengthen his church, Christ has given us the celebration of the Lord's Supper and covenant Baptism.

Baptism is a sign of God’s covenant and is properly administered to children of believers in their infancy, as well as to those who come as adults to trust in Christ.

Faithful to the Scriptures, true to the reformed faith, and obedient to the Great Commission.

You can read more about the beliefs of the PCA here.