We believe, teach, and confess...

...there is only one true God - the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), as confessed in the three ecumenical creeds of historic Christianity. He is the Creator and Sustainer of all things.

...all people are born in bondage to sin, death, and the devil, and are unable to save themselves or make themselves right with God by their own powers and efforts.

... Jesus Christ, the Son of God, is our Lord and Savior from sin, death, and hell. He is both true God and true man, born of the Virgin Mary, who lived a perfect and holy life for us, shed His blood for us on the cross to atone for  our sins, and rose from the dead in His body on the third day declaring His victory over Satan and the grave for us.

...the Holy Spirit calls us to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ by the Word of God. He delivers Christ's forgiveness, life, and salvation to us - fully and freely as God's undeserved gifts - through the preaching of the Word, and through Holy Baptism, Holy Absolution, and the Holy Communion.

...Christ works in us, through His Word and Spirit, so that we trust in God and live in sacrificial love toward others in the vocations to which He has called us in the church, our families, and society.

...the Bible is the inspired, inerrant Word of God and the final judge of all doctrine and practice in the Church and in the lives of Christians.

...the sanctity of all human life from conception until natural death, of marriage between one man and one woman, and of human sexuality within holy marriage as an expression of love between a man and a woman and for the procreation of children to be raised in the fear and instruction of the Lord.

...Christ will come again on the Last Day to judge the living and the dead and to give eternal life to all who believe in Him.

The full, public confession of our congregation is the 1580 Book of Concord

There are also two statements of the doctrinal position of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod: 

A Brief Statement (adopted 1932)

A Statement of Scriptural and Confessional Principles (adopted 1973)