The foundations of our faith are based only on the Bible. In this way, we reach to the teaching of the apostolic church of the first century, in which the so-called tradition was not the norm of faith and conduct.
We believe in:
- The infallibility of the Bible (39 books of the Old Testament and 27 books of the New Testament) inspired by the Holy Spirit – God’s Word, which is a detailed, perfect and complete revelation given to humankind by God.
- We believe that every human is (as a result of the fall) in a state of sin and, as a consequence, subject to death.
- The God in Trinity: the Father, the Son Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.
- The death of Jesus Christ on the cross for the sins of all people, in His resurrection in the body, ascension, his second coming in glory and dominion.
- Salvation by God’s grace available to every person through personal faith in the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.
- The reality of experiencing a new birth, which is understood as surrendering life to Jesus Christ, recognizing Him as your personal Lord and Savior.
- Baptism in the Holy Spirit, spiritual gifts and supernatural action of God in His Church, including physical healing.
- The immortality of the human spirit, the resurrection of the body, final judgment of the world, eternal life with God and eternal condemnation without Him.
- One, indivisible, universal Church, of which Jesus Christ is the only head, made up of all newly born Christians.
- We believe that each local church, known as assembly of Christians, is the only biblical manifestation of the universal Church of Jesus Christ. Jesus, as Head of the Church, works in the local church, giving everyone a gift of grace for communal benefit and establishing individual ministries. The care for the development and governance of local church is the pastor and supporting elders’ responsibility.
- The universal priesthood of all born-again Christians. Our only mediator is the Son of God Jesus Christ.
- We believe that the Lord Jesus instituted in His Church: baptism in water by total immersion and the Lord’s Supper (communion), which will be celebrated until His second coming.