As Lutheran Christians our faith is based solely on the changeless Word of God, in the person of Jesus and in the written Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments. The historic Creeds provide us with a normative understanding of the Trinity and the nature of Christ. The Lutheran Confessions represent a true interpretation of the Holy Scriptures. This constitutes the theological foundation of our church.
In a culture filled with so many conflicting and confusing messages, and at a time when the existence of any truth at all is being challenged, it is crucial that we have a common understanding of the most important stones in our foundation of faith. These stones are our Core Beliefs. These truths are not everything that we believe, nor are they in any way a new theology. They are simply a way of highlighting the timeless biblical teachings which are most significant in our foundation of faith. We do not create these beliefs, rather the truth of these beliefs is what created us in the first place. We believe the heart of the Christian faith is a living relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ. That faith is based on certain unchanging truths, revealed in the Word of God and embraced by Christians throughout history:
We accept the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the sole authority for our faith and life. If you have any questions about our teaching and beliefs, please speak with Tom or Brett.