What we believe
Our faith is based entirely on the Bible, the living Word of God. Our beliefs are summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Shorter and Larger Catechisms. We confess the Apostle's Creed and the Nicene Creed. We acknowledge these as helpful summary statements, but not to be confused with Scripture itself.
We hold to the beliefs of the Protestant Reformation, especially as expounded in the thought of John Calvin. To be clear: We are Reformed, but not for the sake of tradition; we are Reformed because we believe this system of doctrine is Biblical.
A high view of Scripture
We are very serious about the Bible being the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of God and thus our rule of faith and life. As a result, we are very serious about doctrinal purity. Our overriding concern is to follow our Lord Jesus Christ as he speaks in the Scriptures. We are not monolithic in our thinking, but any areas of disagreement are always examined in the light of Scripture.
A living faith
Reformed theology is rich and comprehensive, and we endeavor to submit our whole lives to our Lord Jesus Christ. We don't restrict our faith to "getting saved," going to church, and a few "don'ts." We strive to obey the moral law of God, not to be saved, but in a praise-filled life because we have been saved.