are an evangelical, indigenous, autonomous local Church with a "Brethren
Movement" heritage, practising New Testament principles of Church
We are not part of a denominational organisation and hence are not bound to any denominational constitution and are not externally controlled by a denominational hierarchy.
We have, responsible for the Church, an Oversight, consisting of a number of mature and spiritual men from the Church, called elders. They are appointed by the Holy Spirit and are so recognised by the Church. They feed the flock and take the oversight thereof, collectively (Ac.20:28; lPe.5:l-3).
We do not have a salaried one-man pastoral system, though there may be those who have come out to serve the Lord full time and are dependent solely on Him for their support.
have deacons who have responsible roles helping in the business and
spiritual affairs of Church activities (Ac.6:3; lTm.3:S-13).
the Lord's Commission to make disciples (Mt28: 19-20),
We meet regularly for the Lord's Supper, which He instituted on the Lord's day, as was the custom of the early disciples and in obedience to the Lord's command "this do in remembrance of Me". (Lk.22:19-20; Ac.20:7; l Co. 11:23-25).
the Lord Jesus Christ is God manifest in the flesh. He was conceived
of the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary (Mt. 1:20-25; Lk I :35).
He was raised from the dead (Mt.28:5-7; lCo.15:20)
He ascended to the right hand of the Father and is now the all-sufficient High Priest of His people. (Acts l:9; He.4: 14-16)
He will personally come again to receive His people unto Himself and to set up His Kingdom. (Jn. 14:3; iTh.4: 13-18; Is.9:6-7)
That it is the Holy Spirit whose regenerating and sanctifying work enables the believer to live righteously and godly in this present world. (Jn.3:5-8;16:8-11; Ti.3:4-7)
That man by nature is alienated from God because of sin and is therefore under divine judgement and condemnation. (Ep.2: 1; Rm3: 19;5:6; 12-19) He can only be saved and justified before God through repentance and faith in Christ. (Lk.13:3: Ga2:16)
believer is also born of God and indwelt by the Holy Spirit resulting
in evident holiness of life, doing of God's will and manifestation of
the fruit of the Spirit. (Jnl:12,13:3-s; Jn.14:17; Rm.8:9; Mt.7:21-23
from "Who we are and what we believe" by Thomas Chin