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We welcome you to worship with us! 

Whether a seasoned christian, a new believer or just exploring this thing called christianity,

we invite you to come together to grow, learn and give praise and glory to jesus!

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October 2017 represents the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Most Protestants may not understand or even realize their connection to the 16th century Protestant Reformation or that historical movement. What does it mean to maintain our connection to a Reformational Church? 


Sola Scriptura

It means that we maintain our focus on the Holy Scriptures and depend on the Scriptures alone to guide our worship,  

along with all matters of faith and life. 

Sola Gratia  

It means we maintain our focus on God’s grace and recognize and believe that it is by grace alone and affirming God’s unmerited favor to His people.

Sola Christo

It means we focus on the person of Jesus Christ and understand that He is more than an example or a teacher for His followers but that it is in Christ alone that we are reconciled to God. The Protestant Reformation made a necessary correction stating that there is no other name by which mankind can be eternally saved other than Jesus – not Mary, not an angel, not a saint, not an apostle.  

Sola Fide

it means we focus on God’s gift of faith to us. We do this when we stop going through the motions of religion and tradition and instead trust in the means of grace that God has given to His Church. This means that we stop thinking that the practices of coming to church, praying, reading our Bible, listening to sermons, and taking communion secures our salvation. Rather, we participate in those things because by our faith alone we know that Jesus is alive and faithfully and graciously at work through those things.

Sola Deo Gloria

It means we focus on the glory of God. The Protestant Reformation was a necessary step in refuting papal, priestly, and self-worship. The medieval church paved the way for many people and things (often unintentionally) to be worthy of the praise of mankind. The Reformers recognized this and shaped protestant teaching and worship to emphasize that

  God alone is worthy of that type of glory

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