Unwavering in our belief that baptism is by immersion in water after a credible testimony of salvation.
Thankful for our rich Baptist heritage which includes Baptist pastors and missionaries such as Charles Spurgeon, William Carey, Adoniram Judson.
Functioning independently without denominational ties to churches, colleges, or fellowships.
Focusing on coming together to receive the truth of scripture - not to rally about news events, social injustices, politics, standards, personal or ecclesiastical preferences.
Reading the Scriptures and centering the services on biblical, expository preaching.
Seeking to hold a balance between God’s sovereignty in salvation while not undermining man’s responsibility.
Recognizing salvation is of the Lord’s grace, not based on man-made decision, walking an aisle, or praying a prayer.
Reaching out to our community through regular gospel witness and to the world through missionary support.
Striving to serve God in reverence and godly fear in our music, preaching, and fellowship.
Rejecting the pragmatic, casual, flippant, man-centered ‘worship’ common in churches.
Singing traditional hymns as we worship God in song.
Welcoming families to worship God together without age-segregation during services.