We believe that Salvation is deliverance from all sin and unrighteousness through the atonement of Jesus Christ. A person receives Salvation by repentance of sin, water baptism in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and receiving the baptism of the Holy Ghost, and the continuance of living a godly life (Acts 2:36-41, KJV).

Baptism of the Holy Ghost

We believe that the receiving of the baptism of the Holy Ghost, being born of the Spirit, is an essential part of New Testament salvation. Without the baptism of the Holy Ghost it is impossible to enter the kingdom of God (St. John 3:5). The baptism of the Holy Ghost is evidenced by speaking in other tongues (other languages) as the Spirit of God gives utterance. If this supernatural manifestation does not take place, one has not received the Holy Ghost. The gift of tongues is given by the Lord to those who have received the baptism of the Holy Ghost (a prerequisite) God gives gifts as it pleases Him (I Corinthians 14:4-28). The gift of the Holy Ghost and the Gifts of the Spirit are different spiritual concepts.

The Lord’s Supper (Communion)

We firmly believe that the first communion which was served by Melchizedek, the Priest of the Most High God, to our father Abraham, consisted of bread and wine (Genesis 14: 18). Jesus Christ took the ingredients for His supper (the Lord’s supper) with His disciples from the Passover table, which had among other items, unleavened bread and wine (Exodus 12: 1-15); Matthew 26: 17-26-30; I Corinthians 11 :21-32). Using regular bread, salt crackers, unit biscuits, water and grape juice are modern biblical substitutes invented by the formal church.


Tithes & Offerings

We believe that God’s plan for the financial support of the Church and pastor is that the members give tithes and offerings. Tithe is ten percent (10%) of one’s gross salary. Abraham was the first to give tithes of all (gross) to Melchizedek during the Dispensation of Conscience. The tithing system was continued under the Dispensation of Law and Grace. Offerings are given as the Lord makes your heart willing and according to your ability to give (Genesis 14:20; 28:22; Exodus 25:2; 35:5, 21-29; Proverbs 3:9; Malachi 3:8-12; Matthew 23:23; Hebrews 7:1-10; and Luke 6:38)

Water Baptism

We believe that water baptism, being born of water, is an essential part of New Testament salvation. Without the proper mode of baptism it is impossible to enter the kingdom of God (St. John 3:5). Water baptism can only be administered by immersion (Mark 1:10; Acts 8:38-39; Romans 6:4; Colossians 2: 12). The Name in which baptism is administered is in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ. The Lord Jesus Christ commissioned his disciples to go into all nations and baptize in the Name (singular) of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost (Matthew 28:19).  The disciples executed this commission on the Day of Pentecost by baptizing converts in the Name (singular) of Jesus Christ. The disciples knew that Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are not names, but TITLES of positions held by God. They also knew that the fullness of God was manifested in Jesus Christ (Colossians 2:9). All case histories of New Testament baptism were administered (as on the Day of Pentecost), in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ (Jesus Christ, or the Lord Jesus). Without the Name, water baptism is void.


We believe that holiness is God’s prescribed standard of living for His people of all ages (Leviticus 19:2; Luke 1:74-75).  We further believe that a wholly sanctified life is the only true standard of a Christian life (Hebrews 12: 14; I Peter 1: 15-17). We are commanded to live soberly, righteously, and godly in this present world (Titus 2:12). We must present ourselves Holy unto God (Romans 12: 1), cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit (II Corinthians 7: 1), and separate ourselves from all worldliness (James 4:4). No one can live holy by his own power, “But ye shall receive power, after the Holy Ghost is come upon you.  (Acts 1:8)”  “…those things which are most surely believed among us (Luke 1:1).”