We believe in Jesus Christ and use the historic Christian witness to Jesus as our basis for faithful proclamation.  The church is formed by Christ and answers his call to bear witness, as we gather weekly around his word and sacraments, sing God's praises, then go out into our community to live our daily lives in his honor.

For further information on what we believe, you may read "The Apostles' Creed," "The Nicene Creed," and "The Augsburg Confession."  You may also read such books as Martin Luther's "Small Catechism" and "Large Catechism."  These are classic statements of historic Christian teaching and are guiding documents for Lutheran Christians.

For modern statements of our core beliefs, find a copy of James Nestingen's "The Faith We Hold."  Also, on our Trinitarian worship, see James Torrance's "Worship, Community, and the Triune God of Grace."