Catholic (universal), Evangelical, Reformed
Our theology is “catholic” in that it affirms the doctrines of Christian orthodoxy such as those found in the Apostles Creed and the great ecumenical councils of the first century of Christian history such as the Council of Chalcedon and others. These include such doctrines as the Trinity, the deity of Christ, the atonement of Christ and others that are integral to historic Christianity.
Our theology is “evangelical” in that it aligns with historic Protestantism concerning such vital doctrines as, Sola Scriptura and Sola Fide. These doctrines refer to the Bible in its original autographs, as the inspired, infallible, and inerrant Word of God which is our only rule of faith and practice, and our justification by faith alone as an act of God’s free grace.
Our theology is “reformed” in that, the teaching of the reformers such as Luther, Calvin, and Knox is embraced in a way that distinguishes the Reformed Tradition from other Protestant groups. Reformed theology places emphasis on the doctrine of God, so that, in a word, the theology is God-centered. The concept of God’s grace is at the core of this theology.