All these historic statements of the Christian faith are derived from the Bible, in which the whole truth of God is contained

Westminster Confession of Faith



What We Believe and How We Worship


  Our Beliefs

...the ONE and only true God exists in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

...God has created the universe in six days and sovereignly controls it.

...humanity fell into a state of sin through disobeying God and rebelling against him with the result that we are alienated from God and liable to eternal punishment.

...God provided his Son, Jesus Christ (who is both fully human and fully Divine) as a Saviour.

...Jesus Christ provides salvation through his life, death and resurrection, thus making a new reconciled relationship between God and humanity.

...we need personal faith in Christ in order to be brought into this new relationship with God and to be saved from sin and its consequences.

...the Holy Spirit is the author and sustainer of the spiritual life necessary for such a relationship with God in Christ.

...the return of Christ, the resurrection of the body and the final judgement are coming events when the destiny of all shall be sealed either in heaven or in hell.

...the whole counsel of God concerning all things necessary for His own glory, man's salvation, faith and life, is either expressly set down in Scripture, or by good and necessary consequence may be deduced from Scripture. 

 All these Bible truths are affirmed in the ancient creeds of the Christian Church as well as the Westminster Confession of Faith to which we are fully committed to as our Subordinate Standard.

 Our Worship

...using the English Standard Version (ESV) of the Bible in our public worship.
...singing exclusively from the Psalms, which we believe to be God's inspired hymn-book for the congregational praise of his church, and which speak clearly and authoritatively of the King of Kings - the Lord Jesus Christ, who Himself used the Book of Psalms.
...singing without instrumental accompaniment, which we believe reflects the pattern of New Testament worship and early Church worship for centuries.