What is the Christian Church?
The Christian Church began on the first Pentecost after the resurrection of Christ (~AD 30) as recorded in Acts 2.
We believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God, and the Savior of the world.
We believe the Bible is the only book binding upon Christians.
We assert therefore , that there is only one way to accomplish God's work and will, and that is according to His way as revealed to us in the Bible.
This leads us to the terms of admission into the church as stated in the Bible:
Faith in Christ (Hebrews 11:6, Mark 16:15-16)
Repentence from sin (Acts 2:38)
Confession of Christ ( Romans 10:10)
Baptism into Christ for the remission of sins ( Acts 2:38, I Peter 3:21, Romans 6:1-5)
We meet in public worship on the first day of the week and our worship consists of singing praises to God, praying, teaching, and preaching from the Bible , and administering the Lord's Supper to all Christians.
Our only headquarters are in heaven, our numbers are known only to God but we can be found all of the world.
Some of our slogans , which state our position are as follows:
"Where the Bible speaks, we speak. Where the Bible is silent, we are silent."
"We are not the only Christians, but Christians only."
"No Creed but the Christ, no book but the Bible, no name but the divine."
"In essentials, unity, in opinions, liberty, and in all things charity."
"Our aim is to enter Heaven by the grace of God, and to take as many as we can with us."