Our Guiding Principles
We are a community of Christian disciples called by the Holy Spirit.
In response to God’s transforming love, we share our joy through praise and service.
What We Believe
In the Triune God: Father, Son, Holy Spirit
That the Bible is God’s word to us and, as such, is final authority for faith and life.
That together with the Word, God has given us the Sacraments – Baptism and the Lord’s Supper – as a means of bringing about the new birth and sustaining our fellowship with God.
That this relationship is maintained and cultivated through the experience of worship, which includes a continuing use of the Word, Sacraments and prayer.
That one’s spiritual welfare is his individual responsibility.
That Christianity is not only a belief, but is a commitment to a way of life.
That life with God is eternal. Despite any temporary discouragement and disappointment, ultimate victory for time and eternity lies with the follower of God.
An article on Lutheranism – “Lutheranism 101 – Culture or confession?” by Kathryn Kleinhans, May 15, 2007 – pdf
Discussion guide for Adult Forum on Lutheran Theology, 20 August 2023 – pdf