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The Church believes that the Scripture is the revealed will of God and hence our statements of fundamental truths and doctrines are based upon it.


  • The Bible is the final authority, as it is the inspired and revealed Word of God (2 Tim 3:15-17; Ps. 138:2; 1 Pet 1:23-25) and hence holds the supreme place in the functioning of the church.

  • God is one but manifests Himself in three persons - God, the Father, God, the son (Jesus Christ)  and God, the Holy Spirit (Deut 6:4; 2 Cor 13:14; Math 28:19). All the three persons of the God-head are co-equal, co-existent and equally powerful.

  • Man was created in God’s own image (Gen 1:26) but because of his disobedience, he lost God’s image and hence lost his relationship with God. (Gen 3:7 & 8) and sin entered the world. (Rom 3:24).

  • Jesus is the only source of redemption for mankind. He came into this world through virgin birth, led a sinless life, was crucified, buried and resurrected on the third day, ascended to the Father in heaven and will return in power and glory ( John 1:1,14).

  • The only hope for mankind is Jesus who shed His blood for redeeming us from sin, curse and sickness and gave us salvation. Salvation comes through believing and confessing that Jesus is the savior, that Jesus died, buried and rose from the dead, and through declaring His Lordship. (Rom 3:24; 10:8-10; Eph 2:8)

  • We are saved by grace and not by works, however our works are the evidence of our faith and fruits of our repentance (Acts 16:3).


  • Baptism in water is a demonstration of repentance and faith. One who repents and believes will be baptised in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (Mat 28:19,20; Act 2:38).

  • Lord’s supper is a sacrament and hence should be taken part to remember the death of Jesus (1 Cor 11:24-26)

  • Baptism of the Holy Spirit is the promised gift of the Father. It is a definite experience, distinct from conversion, though at times both can occur simultaneously (Acts 8:15-16). Holy Spirit dwells in every believer and comes with all fruit and gifts. (Gal 5:22,23; 1Cor 12:7-11)

  • Every believer has an integral part  to play in the body of Christ. In every Church 5 fold ministry is given to attain maturity in Christ Jesus. (Eph 4:7-11)

  • The purpose of every believer is to become like Jesus and follow His footsteps. (Rom 8:29; 1 Pet 2:19-22) Hence every believer has to work out salvation to show God’s image to this fallen world.

  • Jesus came into the world to give His perfect life (John 10:10) and hence God’s abundance will be manifested in physical, social, spiritual and financial life. (1Pet 2:24, Rom 12:1; Prov 3:4; 3
    John 1:2).

  • Resurrection of the dead is the assurance that we too would be raised from death. (1Cor 15:54-55)

  • Eternal judgement is a reality and every one will be judged (2 Cor 5:10). Jesus will come back to gather all His saints  (1 Cor 15:1,52; 1 Thes 4:16,17; 2 Thes 2:1).

  • The Lord Jesus will rule this earth for one thousand years as promised (Rev 19:11-16; Rom 11:25,27; 2 Thes 1:7) After this there will be a new heaven and earth (Rev 21).

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