As a Christian church we worship the one Triune God – Father, Son and Holy Spirit, who has revealed himself to us in the Bible. As sinful human beings, we recognize that we are unable to make ourselves right with a holy God on our own. However, we believe that we are saved from our sins through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, who alone is able to make us right with God. Looking to Christ in faith and repentance means that we belong body and soul, in life and in death, to our faithful saviour Jesus Christ.
We believe the teachings contained in the Old and the New Testament, and in the articles of the Christian faith, and taught in this Christian church, to be the true and complete doctrine of salvation.
As a church in the Reformed tradition, we are committed to the centrality of the word of God, and recognize the necessity of worship that is faithful to scripture.
As a church, we also recognize the necessity of joining other likeminded churches to encourage and hold one another accountable. As such, we are a member of the United Reformed Churches of North America (URCNA).
What to Expect
Our worship services center around the preaching of God’s Word. We include in our services the elements of worship that God requires of us in his Word: preaching, singing of Psalms and hymns, corporate confession, prayer, offerings, and the celebration of the two sacraments; Baptism and the Lord’s Supper
If you visit one of our worship services, you will participate with us in a sacred, ongoing dialogue between God and His people. God speaks to us through the call to worship, the greeting, the law, the assurance of pardon, the reading of the Scriptures, the sermon, and the blessing. We respond to God through our songs, our prayers, our profession of our faith in him, and the bringing of our offerings. The combination of listening and responding to God are what constitutes our worship service. Both aspects are acts of worship.
There is no dress code for worship. We simply ask that you be respectful, as is fitting when entering the presence of a Holy God.