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Statement of Faith

The Church of Christian Liberty subscribes to the Westminster Confession of Faith and to the Larger and Shorter Catechisms.

Our Purpose

  • To worship the one true God as revealed in the Holy Scriptures

  • To preach the "whole counsel of God" (Acts 20:27) to the mutual edification and instruction of members and other believers

  • To disciple members

  • To celebrate salvation through the sacraments of the Lord's supper and baptism

  • To instruct children in the Word of God

  • To present the Gospel to the lost through work on the mission fields, at home and abroad

  • To challenge God's people to subdue all areas of life and thought to the absolute dominion of God's laws

  • To provide charity and compassion to the poor and needy

  • To further the spirit of Christian patriotism and the upholding of our God-given freedoms contained in, among other places, the Constitution of the United States of America


What We Believe

  • The Trinity of the Godhead

  • The Deity and Virgin birth of Christ

  • The bodily resurrection, ascension, and personal, visible return of Christ

  • The Person and work of the Holy Spirit

  • Salvation by grace through faith apart from works

  • The total depravity of man

  • The sovereign unconditional election of God

  • The particular redemption wrought by the death of Jesus Christ

  • The irresistible grace of God

  • The perseverance and preservation of the saints

  • The verbal and plenary inspiration and consequent inerrancy of the sixty-six canonical books that comprise the Holy Scriptures

  • The Genesis account of creation that God made all things 'ex nihilo' in six days of twenty-four hours each

  • The continued validity and applicability of God's moral law

  • The maintenance of good works by believers as evidence of their faith

  • The priesthood of believers

  • The resurrection of the just and the unjust

  • The everlasting happiness of the just in Heaven and the everlasting conscious suffering of the unjust in Hell

  • The governmental independence of the local church

  • Covenant church membership and baptism

  • The regular celebration of the Lord's Supper as a God ordained means of grace

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