What do we believe? Our faith affirms the Bible as the authoritative witness to the Word of God. Christ is the head of the church. We take the Bible seriously, not literally. Our roots are in the "covenantal" tradition - meaning there is no centralized authority or hierarchy that imposes beliefs on us. We honor the faith of our ancestors as they speak of their faith, but have no tests of faith. Our faith is Christ centered; yet persons come to our congregation from many diverse backgrounds. This means we don't always agree on everything - yet we strive to understand and respect each other's views. We welcome persons from varied Christian traditions and value each one's unique God given gifts. We value diversity - because of this our sanctuary and church hall are accessible. We offer childcare during Sunday morning worship.
|Mortgage Contract, dated 1907, with The Congregational Church Building Society, for the construction of the sanctuary. The mortage amount is $700.|