Who We Are


Our church is centered on the Redeemer, Jesus Christ. We believe we are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, on account of the finished work of Christ alone.


We belong to the United Reformed Churches
in North America, a faithful expression of the
universal, catholic church. Because of this, we
also affirm the ecumenical creeds: Apostles, Nicene, and Athanasian.


We trace our history to the church established by Christ and his apostles through the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century A.D. This makes us a confessional church: we believe that the Reformed confessions accurately summarize the key teachings of the Bible. Our church specifically affirms the Belgic Confession of Faith, the Heidelberg Catechism, and Canons of Dort.

Our Vision

In union with Christ, by the grace of God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, we are a community striving to be more Christ-centered, grace-filled and people-loving.


A Community where Christ is our manifest reason for being!

Christ is our life and peace. Christ is our unity and power. Christ is our comfort and encouragement. Christ is our hope and boast.

(Rom. 5:1-11; Rom. 6:1-14; Col. 3:1-4; Rom. 8:31-39; 1 Cor. 1:18-31).


A Community where God’s grace is experienced, lived, and manifested!

Where we treasure God’s grace that saved us. Where we acknowledge God’s grace that brought us together. Where we depend on God’s grace to keep us together. Where we seek to manifest God’s grace in all our relationships.

(Eph. 2:1-10; Eph. 4:1-16; Rom. 12:3-8; 2 Cor. 13:11-14)


A Community where the Holy Spirit’s presence is manifested in our love!

Love towards one another. Carrying each other’s burdens. Encouraging each other. Seeking each other’s good.

Love towards the stranger in our midst. Welcoming them in the name of Christ. Showing genuine interest in them.

Love towards those who are lost. Working deliberately to display God’s love to them. Seizing every opportunity to testify to God’s love in Christ.

(Rom. 5:5; John 13:34-35; Rom. 12:9-18; Gal. 5:22; Gal. 6:1-10; Rom. 15:1-7; Matt. 5:13-16; 1 Pet. 3:15-16)

What We Believe – Our Statement of Vision

Lively Biblical Preaching

The first mark of a biblical and Reformed church is its devotion to the Word of God (Acts 2:42; 1 Tim. 3:15). The gospel is the “power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes” (Rom. 1:16). This is a characteristic that needs to be cultivated in any faithful church of Jesus Christ. The Heidelberg Catechism says that God wants His people to be taught “by the living preaching of His Word.” No matter how large a church may be, no matter how excellent its programs and ministries, it cannot be a healthy church unless it finds its life and center in the lively ministry of the Word of the gospel. For this reason, a healthy church will prize the preaching of the Word of God and commit itself to a thorough program of biblical instruction for all ages (Sunday School, Catechism, Adult Bible Studies, Youth ministries, etc.).

Congregational Worship and Song

When believers hear the good news of Jesus Christ and His saving work, they rejoice and praise God (Acts 2:47). The praise of God in public and private worship is vital to the life of the church. The Psalmist says: “Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless His holy name; bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits” (Psalm 103:1). This is the language of the believer’s heart and the delight of every church, to sing praise to the Lord for all that He is and has done. Such praise demands the best we can give. It invites all the members, young and old, to offer a sacrifice of thanksgiving to the Lord. As a congregation, we are committed to the full use of all our gifts, musical and financial, in praise to God. We are also committed to a full and appropriate use of the congregation’s musical gifts in praise to the Lord. The songs of the church should reflect the truth of the Scriptures, and be sung by the whole congregation. Where appropriate, the congregation’s praise can be expressed through the use of vocalists, instrumentalists, and choirs.

Fellowship with Each Other

It is not enough that a church prize the preaching and teaching of the Word of God. The church described in Acts 2 also devoted itself to “fellowship, to the breaking of bread and prayers” (v. 42). The church is a family of believers, which is called to share its many gifts in the service of others. The fellowship of the church, which is most wonderfully expressed in the service of Holy Communion, is a fellowship with the Lord and all who belong to Him. This too is a vital characteristic of a healthy church, which practices the “communion of the saints” and rejoices to invite and welcome others into its fellowship.  We affirm our commitment to encouraging strong and meaningful Christian fellowship among our members.

Missions and Evangelism

The Lord Jesus Christ has entrusted the task of missions and evangelism to the church. The local church is called, therefore, not only to nurture its members in the faith, but also to reach out with the gospel to the lost. The promise of the gospel extends to all whom the Lord calls to Himself. We are committed as a congregation to an emphasis upon the importance of missions and local, community evangelism. We will not be content simply to maintain our congregation or to grow through membership transfers. We want to be used by the Lord in “adding to the church” those who are being saved.

Relationships with Other Believers and Churches

Since we confess that we are members of one holy, catholic and apostolic church, we prize fellowship and cooperation with fellow believers and all true Christian churches. Though we seek to be affiliated with churches of like confession and practice, we also desire to retain and cultivate Christian ties of affection and mutual service with other churches, including the churches of which we were formerly members. We are committed to a form of church life that emphasizes our positive commitments as Reformed believers, but resists the temptation to condemn or focus upon the weaknesses of others.