Worship With Us Every Sunday from 10:30 AM to 12:00PM  at 655 Church St., 2nd Floor, Indiana, PA                                                                                       (724) 257-1106


Our Beliefs

We believe:

That the Holy Bible was inspired by the Holy Spirit and is the infallible Word of God, the rule for faith, and the authoritative standard for living.

In the existence of the One and only True God, the creator of the universe, who is a Triune Being: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

That Jesus Christ is the Son of God who was born by a virgin. He, as God incarnate, led a sinless life, died for sinful men, was resurrected from death by God, and thereafter ascended to heaven, where He is seated at the right hand of the Father, making intercession for the saints.

That all men have fallen as a result of sin, and hence face eternal damnation. The only true hope of redemption from the effect and ultimate consequence of man’s fallenness is derived from faith placed in the Jesus Christ alone.

That conformity to the teachings of Jesus Christ is necessary for making the believer a true Christian disciple.

In the person, power, gifts and function of the Holy Spirit, and that His role in the church and the individual believer is indispensable and absolutely important for the continual perfection of God’s will in the redeemed saints.

In the Great Commission, divine healing and miracles, fellowshipping among believers, and offering and tithes.

In the sacrament of baptism – by water immersion and the Holy Spirit – and the Lord’s Supper.

That the elect saints of God will be raptured one day after which the Great Tribulation will occur before the glorious second coming of Jesus Christ to judge the world.

That heaven and hell are real places of final destination of mankind following death. Whereas heaven is the place of everlasting bliss in the presence of God for the elect saints, hell is the place of eternal torment and damnation of the unrighteous.

That restitution – the repay or return of things to the rightful owners – is a necessary virtue that ought to accompany genuine repentance, whenever possible.