Statement of Faith
is one God, our Creator, eternally existing in Three Persons: Father, Son and
is the Son of God and Saviour of the world. He was born of a virgin, lived a
sinless life and God anointed him to heal the sick and raise the dead. His
vicarious death, bodily resurrection and ascension to the right hand of God the
Father are all just as real as His physical and imminent return.
Bible is the living word of God written by holy men inspired by the Holy Spirit
and contains instruction in holy living.
Holy Spirit is our Guide and Comforter. The fruit of the spirit is a spiritual
harvest from seed sown and the gifts of the Spirit are given to each member to
encourage other believers to make unbelievers aware of the reality of Jesus
Christ in the church, the body of Christ, today.
are Christ's ambassadors to a spiritually dark and lost world imploring them to
be reconciled with God through Jesus Christ. The blood of Jesus Christ paid the
price for their reconciliation and everyone who believes in Him shall be saved
and have all their sins forgiven.
baptism of the Holy Spirit is an essential gift for all believers who obey the
Lord and are baptised in water by full immersion in the Name of the Father, Son
and Holy Spirit. The initial evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit is
speaking in other tongues just as the disciples did in the book of Acts as the
Spirit gives utterance. The other gifts of the Spirit follow after the baptism.
Everyone who acknowledges Jesus as Lord has the Spirit within because no man
can say Jesus is Lord except through the Holy Spirit.
believe in the sacraments of the Lord's Supper to remind ourselves of His death
and resurrection and to learn to discern the body of Christ amongst us of which
He is the Head. We also believe in the sacrament of water baptism by full
emersion to signify our identification with Christ Jesus' death and
resurrection of which water baptism is a symbol. We bless the little children
just like Jesus did and find no scriptural evidence for sprinkling or baptism
of infants who have no choice regarding the administration of the sacrament. We
baptise believers who confess Jesus Christ as their Lord, the bible as their
code of living and the church as their spiritual family.
believe in the corporate cleansing of sin of the body of believers whenever we
have fellowship with God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost and with one another
when we gather to worship our God. We also believe in the washing of water of
the word that purifies the hearts of church members when the word is preached.
Jesus said, 'you are clean because of the words I have spoken'. This allows
every member to function in the church without any guilt or condemnation and to
find fulfilment and to add to the growth of the church.
believe in corporate blessing of salvation, divine healing, provision and
protection just as Israel was taken care of in the wilderness under the cloud
and the pillar of fire. There was none feeble amongst them and they received
physical sustenance of Manna from heaven and water from a rock that followed
them. Christ is our Bread from Heaven and the Rock of Ages.
believe in the apostolic blessing of grace and peace to the church that
acknowledges apostolic ministry and our apostolic commission is to go into the
whole world as sent ones to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom and make disciples
of all nations. Our great Commandment is to love God and others as we love our
self, because He first loved us leaving us an example to follow.
believe we have already come to Mt. Zion, the Heavenly Jerusalem, to a great
company of angels and the spirits of just men made perfect, to the elders in
heaven, to Jesus the Mediator of the New Covenant based upon better promises
and to God the Father and Judge of us all. This is the true church called the
Church of the Firstborn of which we are an integral part. It is a present
reality and not a distant hope.
- We are New Testament believers and the Kingdom of God is a present reality with an ultimate fulfilment awaiting us. The Kingdom of God is within us and we do not have to take it by force as men did until the time of John the Baptist. It is our Heavenly Father's good pleasure to give the Kingdom to us.