We are a community of people learning to follow Jesus.

We believe that in Jesus Christ, God is transforming individuals, communities, and the whole world.

As a church with a Reformed heritage we have particular emphasis on God’s sovereignty and grace, on the importance of scripture, and on gratitude as the basis for our obedience and service.


We Also Believe….

Christ’s Headship

We believe that Jesus is the Lord and head of the church. We seek to follow his will and glorify him in all that we do.


We believe that we are sinners forgiven by grace, and that our salvation is by faith in the unique atoning work, death, and resurrection of our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.


We believe that the Old and New Testaments are the inspired Word of God, the only infallible rule for faith and life.


We desire to glorify God in worship that recounts and celebrates our salvation in Christ, strengthens our faith, and inspires us with gratitude to serve him daily.


We believe that prayer is essential for our relationship with God and is a vital aspect of our faith and discipleship.


We believe that as the family of Christ we are called to care for and to support one another in life and in faith.


We believe God’s love is demonstrated by helping those in need and by reaching out with the good news of the gospel to those who do not know Christ.

Spiritual Gifts

We believe the church is one body with great diversity. Each member has been given abilities and spiritual gifts which should be used in the ministry of the church.


Baptism and the Lord’s Supper are holy signs and seals which God gives to us declaring salvation by Christ’s sacrifice for us on the cross.

We’re a part of the Christian Reformed Church in North America denomination, which means that we are connected to other congregations as an expression of our unity in Christ. Learn more about the CRC at www.crcna.org.

With other Christians around the world we hold to the:

Apostles’ Creed

Athanasian Creed

 Nicene Creed

We are guided by the biblical teachings summarized in the:

Heidelberg Catechism

 Belgic Confession

The Canons of Dort

For more in-depth Position Statements written by the denomination on a variety of topics click HERE.