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We are a family church and welcome people from all walks of life. 

We strive to share love and acceptance to everyone who walks through our doors

and be a place of healing and wholeness.

  •  We want to be a people who obey the commands of Jesus. One of his commands is to ‘go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.’ Romans 10 says people will not believe unless someone speaks, and no one will speak unless they are sent. We realise that Jesus is sending us into the world to proclaim Him. We do recognise that this will look different for each person, according to the gifting and anointing He has given us.

  •  The second part of the ‘Great Commission’ mentioned above is to teach others to obey everything he taught us. As part of a community of believers it is important, we recognise that we are all on a journey of figuring out what it means to follow Jesus. We can learn from each on this journey. As we go through life its important, we have willingness to learn from each other and bring our wisdom to the table. All for the purpose of drawing ourselves and others closer to Jesus.

  •  Ephesians 4 mentions different gifts that Christ gives the church – the apostle, prophet, evangelist, shepherd, and teacher. It is our belief that each of us an element of all these gifts, even if we have a primary gift. As a church we make space for all gifts acknowledge these were given to equip the saints and bring us to the fullness of Christ. We need these gifts and their equipping until we reach this point.

  •  We long to be a church who sees each and every person sent into the mission field the Lord has for them. Whether this is local, regional, national or international. We long to be a church who releases and sends. In John 20 Jesus says to His disciples ‘As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.’ It is our responsibility to send out, further and beyond the town we are placed in.


The divine inspiration of Holy Scripture and its consequent entire trustworthiness and supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct. (2 Timothy 3:15-17)

The unity of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit eternally in the Godhead. (John 17:3-21; Matthew 3:15-17; 28:19; 2 Corinthians 13:14)

The sovereignty and grace of God in creation providence, revelation, redemption and final judgement. (Colossians 1:11-20)- The universal sinfulness and guilt of fallen man, making him subject to God’s wrath and condemnation. (Isaiah 53:6; John 3:36)

The full deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, his virgin birth, and his real and sinless humanity. (Matthew 16:16; Luke 1:26-35; Hebrews 7:26)

The substitutionary sacrifice and the bodily resurrection of the Incarnate Son of God - as the sole and all sufficient ground of redemption from the guilt and power of sin, and from its eternal consequences. (2 Corinthians 5:15-21; Hebrews 2:14)

The justification of the sinner solely by the grace of God through faith in Christ crucified and risen from the dead. (Romans 3:24-26; 1 Corinthians 15:3-8)

The necessity of the illuminating, regenerating, indwelling, sanctifying and empowering work of God the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer. (John 3:3,8; 16:7-11; Ephesians 1:13; Romans 8:9; Acts 1:8)

The priesthood of all believers, who form the universal Church, the body of Christ, of which he is the head, and which is committed by his command to the proclamation of the Gospel throughout the world. (Ephesians 4:4-6; Matthew 28:18-20)

The rite of Believer’s Baptism by immersion ordained by our Lord, practised by the apostles and taught in the New Testament. (Matthew 28:19; Romans 6:3-4)

 The expectation of the personal, visible return of the Lord Jesus Christ in power and glory. (Acts 1:6-11)

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