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Our Documentation section outlines our by-laws and provides our statement of faith, as well as a description of what we teach and our stance on important issues. Our by-laws are the governing principles of our organization, outlining the rights and responsibilities of members, the duties of officers, and how meetings and elections will be conducted. Our statement of faith contains our core beliefs and values. We also provide information on what we teach, which gives an overview of the various topics we have gone over as a church. In addition, we provide documents on our stance on important issues such as marriage, the roles of men and women, and the inerrancy of scripture. Our commitment to these values is essential to our mission and will guide our future endeavors.

WHat We Teach

At our church, we teach the doctrine of the Holy Scriptures, which are the foundation of our faith. We emphasize the importance of being united in the truth of God's word. As we continue to grow as a church in the knowledge and understanding of God's word this section will grow. Our goal is to equip our members with the knowledge and understanding of God's Word so that each and everyone can live a life that is pleasing to our Lord and Savior.

The Doctrine of God (Trinitarian Nature)

The Doctrine of God (Attributes)

The Doctrine of Scripture

Other Documents

An important part of any church organization is the various documents that define the organization and its mission. These documents include by-laws, which provide the framework for how the church is run and governed, a denominational statement of faith, which outlines the set of beliefs that we agree to in cooperation with the SBC and SBTC, and statements on important topics such as marriage, the role of women in the church, and social justice. These documents ensure that the church is consistent in its beliefs and operations and provide clarity to the members of the church.

Church By-Laws

The Baptist Faith and Message 2000

Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy

The Dallas Statement

The Nashville Statement

The Danvers Statement

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