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What do we believe?

God is the creator and sustainer of all life and has through creation and conscience, given us all an awareness of His existence.

Mankind is the crown of God’s creation, intended for friendship with Him, but separated from Him because of our rebellion and sin.

The Bible is God’s totally reliable explanation of who we are, why the world is as it is, and how we might come to know what life is really all about.

Jesus Christ is God’s only Son who came to show us exactly what God is like. In His death on the cross He bore the punishment that we deserved for our sin, and His bodily resurrection to life declared God's acceptance of His sacrifice – once for all.

The Future is neither oblivion or hopeless but a personal encounter with the Living God in a final court of justice, in which knowing Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord is the only hope of Heaven.

Salvation is entirely a work of God’s grace and cannot be earned or deserved. It has been accomplished by the Lord Jesus Christ and is offered to all in the gospel. God in his love forgives sinners whom He calls, granting them repentance and faith.

All who believe in Christ are justified by faith alone, adopted into the family of God and receive eternal life.

Why do we meet?

The good news of Jesus Christ is at the centre.

At the centre of all of our meetings is the desire to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to the community in the area of Tuebrook and Stoneycroft.

We believe that the Bible is God’s book, and that it is just as relevant today as it was when it was written.

As the pages of the Bible unfold, the story of God’s dealings with men, women and young people is told. The Bible is not a book for 'softies' - it speaks plainly of the problems that we face, and the root cause of them - the fact that we have turned away from God and His ways. This is what the Bible calls 'sin'.

”We are all just like sheep, and have gone astray - everyone has turned to his own way”.

The result? We are kept away from God, and lost.

God doesn’t leave us completely hopeless, however. We learn that He loves the world so much, that He gave His only Son, Jesus, to die in our place - to pay the price for our sin, and to remake the relationship that we were meant to have with God. This is God’s free gift to all those who will trust Him.

We think - no, we know - that there could never be any better news than this.

What we find difficult to understand is how anyone who is faced with God’s offer of forgiveness could ever want to turn it down.

Don’t You?

Come and join us, Sundays
10:45am & 6:30pm

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