TRINITY: We believe in and worship the triune God of the Scriptures; one God subsisting in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as confessed in the ancient creeds of the church:
The Father is our Creator, the Son our Redeemer and the Holy Spirit our Sanctifier or Renewer (II Cor. 13:14).
ORTHODOX: We desire to be faithful to the teachings of Scripture; to live out those teachings in our lives; to defend, preserve, practice and propagate those teachings so that God may be glorified, and His Name praised.
REFORMED: Our roots go back to the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, more particularly to the Calvinistic branch of the Reformation. We confess all the great doctrines of the Reformation, emphasizing particularly that salvation is by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone (Eph. 2:8). The Scriptures alone are our infallible rule for faith and practice.
CHURCH: The building itself is not the church. It is only a place where we may worship on Sundays and engage in other activities during the week. The church is an assembly of the people of God, a gathering of believers who together make up the family of God. This comes to expression most clearly in the Sunday worship services but it is there during the week also as God's people seek to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world.