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​So, you want to know more about us? Well here’s some of the technical stuff.


We believe that:

The Bible is the only true and reliable source of God’s revelation to humanity and as such, it’s without defect or deficiency.  It’s the only place to go to find Christian doctrine and true life (2 Timothy 3: 16, 17)

God is one Divine Essence. He’s the maker and preserver of all things visible and invisible. God is also infinite in power, wisdom and goodness. He exists in the three co-eternal persons: The Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. (Deuteronomy 6: 4; John 4: 24, 10: 30)

As God’s only Son, Jesus Christ is the sole means to the Father.  He was conceived by the virgin Mary, lived a sinless life in perfect obedience to the Father yet died a sinner’s death, taking our rightful place on the cross as the propitiation of God’s wrath.  He was buried and descended into hell. On the third day He was raised to life, ascended into heaven, and now sits at the right hand of God the Father. At the appointed time, this same Lord Jesus will return to judge all of humanity—the living and the dead (Matthew1; Luke 2, 9:22, 24:7; Ephesians 1:20;  1 Peter 3: 18-20)

We are all sinners who stand guilty before a holy and righteous God and it is only by the grace of God, through faith in the merits of Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, and not by our own work or effort, that we receive forgiveness for our sins and find peace with God. (Ephesians 2:8-9, Romans 3: 23, Romans 3: 10)

The sacraments, namely Baptism and Communion (Lord’s Supper) were instituted by God and are the visible ways in which He gives and confirms His grace. According to scripture, baptism was offered to all sinners and since we are all sinful at birth, infants should be baptized too. (1 Corinthians 11:23-25; Mathew 19:14, 28: 19-20; 1 Peter 3: 21)

The means of grace, which provide the benefits from Christ’s death on the cross, are conveyed to us by God, through Word and Sacrament. (Romans 10:17; 1 Corinthians 11: 23-25; 1 Peter 3:21)

The Lutheran confessions, namely the Athanasian, Nicene, and Apostles creeds, the Unaltered Augsburg Confession, and Luther’s Small Catechism are all true and faithful expressions of God’s word.

The Fundamental Principles of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations faithfully represent the nature and mission of Christ’s body, the church.

Who are we? Well first and foremost, we’re a family. Sometimes broken and often times messy, but we love the Lord and we want you to know all about His love for you. Hope to see you soon!

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