The theology of the Church aligns with historic Christian orthodoxy and the ecumenical spirit therein. Therefore, we anchor the Church’s statement of faith around the 3 Ecumenical Creeds–The Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed"

  1. Apostles Creed
  2.  Nicene Creed
  3.  Athanasian Creed

Beyond that, while we respect the eventual creation of 7 Ecumenical Councils as well as various creeds and confessions throughout church history, we wish to distance ourselves from the ongoing tendencies for “systematic theology shorthand” and proof-texting. This reductionism impoverishes Christian worship, doctrine, mission, and the recursive relationships therein. Instead, in the place of such shorthand affirmations, we prioritize theological method across all relevant genres (exegetical, biblical, systematic, historical, and practical theologies) and with consideration to relevant contexts, including but not limited to, the enhancement of literary, historical, cultural, and theological skill. In an effort to clarify both method and position, we are happy to submit technical and non-technical artifacts in the form of written and oral content. These include, but are not limited to, exegesis papers that treat both the Hebrew Bible as well as the New Testament, historical theology papers, and other relevant case studies and curricula.  

Having said that, throughout church history, the best vantage point for evaluating orthodoxy and orthopraxy has been joining in the weekly rhythm of a Christ-following community. Therefore, we invite you to sit through 1+ sermon series, visit 1+ community groups,  and meet with our pastor for 1+ convos. We'd love to connect and share more about the great truths that have been passed onto us and on which we joyfully stand.

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