What we Believe


We believe, that the only true basis for Christian fellowship is the Love of Christ, which is greater than all our differences, and without we do not have a right to call ourselves Christians.

We believe, that worship should be communicative and personal, that’s why we practice free prayer.

We believe, that the worship of God should be spiritual and sensitive. That’s why we worship God with songs and music.

We believe, that the worship of God should bring forth fruit. That’s why we look out for his Love to be manifested in our lives.

We believe, that the worship of God should be practical. That’s why we seek to apply his word to every aspect of life.

We believe, in the leading and equipping of the believers thru the Holy Spirit, and that the Holy Spirit today, as in the early church, distributes spiritual gifts. But we reject teachings or spiritual phenomena’s that rely on experience. We view the Word of God as the only foundation for our faith and our practice.

We believe in a personal, eternal and holy God, who has created all things and who reveals himself in three distinguishable persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

We believe, that Jesus Christ is fully God and that he became man, born of a virgin, conceived of the Holy Spirit. That he lived a life without sin, that he paid the price for our sin through death on the cross and thus saved us. That he bodily rose again from the dead, that he ascended to heaven, that he intercedes to the Father on our behalf and that he will come again to judge the living and the dead.

We believe, that God created man in his image as a person and that he seeks to have a love relationship with us. This personal relationship with God is the meaning of our life.

We believe, on a historic fall to sin, since all men by nature are separated, lost and guilty before God and are responsible for their sin. But also that God extends to all men thru the Grace of Jesus Christ: salvation, redemption and forgiveness of sin through a personal relationship. If a person turns from sin and accepts Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior trusting him for his redemption – he will be “born from above” (John 3) and sealed with the Holy Spirit. Then all of his sin is forgiven, he’s a child of God and will have eternal relationship with God. Salvation is through Grace alone, through faith in the fulfilled work of Jesus Christ on the cross.

We believe in the bodily resurrection and in the eternal life.

We believe in the reliability, the infallibility and the inerrancy of the Bible: that the original manuscripts of the Old and the New Testament are the inspired, infallible Word of God – the full revelation of God.

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