We believe in the Holy Bible (consisting of the 39 canonical books of the Old Testament and the 27 of the New Testament) as the only God-breathed book and as the only source and the only rule of faith and works. We believe that the Holy Bible is a complete, sufficient, safe and inerrant guide for every spiritual situation. We believe that the various books of the Holy Bible have the same authority, and that the only difference between them in terms of the revelation or manifestation and development of divine truths is that in the Old Testament the divine truths are rather hidden, while in the New Testament they are fully revealed.
We believe in the one and only Living and True God who is Spirit self-existent, anarchic, eternal, infinite and perfect in His Holiness. We believe and worship the one God in unity and the mystery of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) triune, consubstantial and equal in glory. Giving Him the honor and praise we owe to His holy Name.
We believe that man was created innocent but when tested by God he chose evil and because of this fall his relationship with God was broken. For this reason and because of the fall, all people are born with a wicked nature and being transgressors they cannot be saved without the grace of God.
We believe that God, because of His infinite love for the world, gave His Only Begotten Son as the Savior of sinners and through the Cross sacrifice of Jesus Christ offers His almighty Salvation to all people.
God, wanting all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth, sent his Son into the world to preach to all nations the Gospel of Grace (that is, that through him the remission of sins is freely granted to all men and eternal life, calling them at the same time to abandon sin and follow His teaching.
We believe that through the coming and teaching of Christ all the difficult mysteries have been interpreted. This is why we choose the term ceremonies.
We recognize two ceremonies – Baptism and the Lord's Supper – which were instituted by Christ as the signs and seals of the New Covenant sanctioned with His precious blood.
Baptism, which is done with pure water in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, it is a confession of faith in Christ, where the baptized person declares that he repents for the past and seeks the forgiveness of his sins through the cross sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ. His baptism is not related to the faith by grace given to Christians, but is a public confession of the baptized person's repentance, regeneration and faith.
The Lord's Supper or Eucharist is the ceremony of communion with Christ and His people, in which bread and wine are given and received in grateful remembrance of Him and His sacrifice on the cross. And all who receive them in faith participate spiritually in the body and blood of the Lord Jesus Christ for their comfort, nourishment and increase in grace.
All those who made a public sincere confession of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and live in submission to His law, are entitled, after self-examination, to come to the Sunday Supper.