What We Believe


We belong to a network of churches in a denomination called the Mennonite Brethren. "MBs" are Christians who have roots in the "anabaptist" movement during the Reformation in the 1500s. We have a history of striving to live in a way that aligns with what the Bible says. 
What does it mean to be "Anabaptist Christians"?
  1. Jesus is the center of our faith.
  2. The Scriptures are our guide to all matters of faith and life.
  3. Community is the center of our lives.
  4. Reconciliation is the center of our work.
  5. Evangelism is the center of our mission.
Some basics are listed below. If you'd like to dig a little deeper, check out our MB Confession of Faith.

Core Beliefs


There is one God who created the universe. He is holy, loving, and just. He exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 

The Church

The local church is made up of believers who commit to corporate worship, mutual care, and shared accountability for spiritual growth. 


The purpose of the Church is to tell others about Jesus, invite them to trust and follow Him, and to help people grow in their faith. 


Jesus has called His followers to be baptized and participate in Communion as a demonstration of their faith. 


The only way to be a Christian  is to place our trust in Jesus, recognizing His death as payment for our sins and His resurrection as victory over Satan.


Jesus spoke often about healthy relationships and reconciliation. He calls us to be proactive and positive in how we relate to everyone, including our enemies.

The End

Jesus will one day return to earth to demonstrate justice toward all who have rejected His offer of eternal life and to unite believers with Him in heaven forever. 

The Bible

The Bible is God's divine revelation to the world as a true and reliable guide for faith and life. 

Want to hear some details?

Check out this podcast episode from our denomination breaking down our history and beliefs.