WHAT WE BELIEVE
In the year 325 A.D. the bishops of the church gathered in the Turkish city of Nicea to decide how to deal with the claims of people who held many divergent beliefs about God the Father, Jesus the Son of God, and the Holy Spirit. These bishops wrote a statement of faith.
That statement, known as the Nicene Creed, is a definitive statement which describes what a Christian should believe about God. Whether you are an Anglican, a Roman Catholic, a Baptist, or a Christian who worships in a congregation unaffiliated with any denomination, the beliefs of the Nicene Creed are common to all Christians. The bible is the primary source of this creed, but because some people both in years past and today can twist the bible and come up with odd interpretations, the beliefs set forth in this creed are authoritative to all Christians. We use this creed as a prayer in our worship services. It is a link among Christians of this age, and a link to believers going back 1700 years and before.
We have a catechsim which in simple question and answer format describes what we believe about God and how we practice our faith.