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That is a question frequently asked. By ‘Reformed’ we mean that we trace our theological roots back to the 16th Century Protestant Reformation. It was during this powerful movement of God that men and women turned from the traditions and commandments of men and began to look once again to the Holy Scriptures as their only certain and infallible rule of faith and practice. As they looked to the Scriptures alone they began to rediscover many of the great doctrines of the Bible, which have been summarized by these watchwords:

  • the Scriptures Alone,
  • salvation by Grace Alone,
  • through Faith Alone,
  • in Christ Alone,
  • to the Glory of God Alone.

It is upon these truths that we echo Martin Luther's words: "Here we stand!" We are thankful to God for such a rich and Biblical heritage. We rejoice that this movement of Reformation is on the rise once again in America and worldwide. By 'Baptist' we mean that we believe that only professing believers should be baptized and become members of the church.