We follow the commands of Jesus and follow the New Testament pattern for salvation, communion, and church polity.
To become a Christian, the Bible teaches that the person must be a believer in Christ, a person that is not ashamed to confess their belief publically, and by confessing their belief and acknowledging their faith in Christ as complete Lord and Savior. Then they are baptized into Christ for the remission of their sins.
Following the New Testament pattern, each Sunday, the Lord's Supper is served. This is done to honor the request of Jesus and to follow the example of the church in the New Testament.
Men govern the affairs of the church. These men are called Elders and Deacons. Their gualifications for leadership in the Lord's Church are formed in the Bible (1 Timothy 3:1-13, Titus 1:5-9). These men meet each month to discuss and direct the spiritual and financial affairs of the church.
Our aim is to evangelize the lost, edify the saved, minister to the needy and for the conscience of the community.