Rooted in Historic Christianity

We are rooted in historic Christianity. We share common roots with the church down through the ages, believing in one God existing eternally in three persons; one Savior, the God-man, Jesus Christ; one way of salvation, by God’s sheer grace, through faith in Christ; and one inspired, inerrant Word of God, the Bible. This common heritage finds expression in historic creeds like the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed.

Grounded in Reformed Theology

We are grounded in Reformed theology. Simply put, we believe in a big God with big grace for big sinners. Of course, much more deserves to be said, but Reformed theology undergirds everything we believe about God, the world, and ourselves. You can find a full articulation in the Westminster Standards, the confessional statement of faith adopted by our denomination, the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA).

Fueled by Gospel Grace

We are fueled by the gospel of grace.  While treasuring our Reformed heritage, the gospel unambiguously remains front and center for us. The gospel isn’t just the starter key in the ignition of the Christian life. It’s the turbo-charged engine of the Christian life. It’s not just the way we get in, but the way we make real advance in the Christian life. That’s why we’ll never stop talking about the gospel, and why we seek to keep it central to everything we do.