The Church believes:
- in one God – the Father Almighty, Jesus Christ His Son our Saviour and Lord, and the Holy Spirit our Guide and Helper;
- that the Scriptures, the Word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit are the rule and pattern for individual faith and Church order;
- that faith in Jesus Christ, who "died for our sins according to the Scriptures, was buried and rose again on the third day", is the way of forgiveness and whoever believes in his heart and confesses Him as Lord shall receive His unique salvation;
- that the Church is a fellowship of believers;
- in the observation of Christ’s Ordinances of the:
- Baptism of Believers by immersion upon confession of faith in the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit;
- Lord’s Supper, open to all believers, to remember Christ’s death and to show forth the truths of redemption through His sacrifice and our union with Him and one another;
- it is the responsibility of every Christian to bear witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to share in the Great Commission given by Him in Matthew 28: 18-20.
The Church is congregational in its government. It recognises Jesus Christ as its Supreme Head and seeks to manage its own affairs according to His Word and the practice of the Apostles through congregational business meetings.