We are sinners in need of God’s grace.

We are saved by God’s grace, which we receive through faith in Jesus Christ.  Apart from Christ, we are dead.  In Christ, we have new life.

We know our God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – through the Bible, which we receive as the inspired and inerrant word of God, our only infallible rule of faith and practice.

We receive and adopt the Apostle’s Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Westminster Confession of Faith and its related catechisms as reliable summaries of what the Bible teaches about God, man, and the Christian life of gratitude.

We are Presbyterian, a form of church government where local churches are governed by elected elders (the Bible also calls them “Presbyters,” thus the name “Presbyterian”) and served by deacons.  We are part of a larger body called the Presbyterian Church in America, where groups of elders from local congregations gather for accountability and service among sister congregations in regional gatherings called “Presbytery” and national gatherings called “General Assembly.” See Presbyterian Church in America.