Grace Fellowship carries out the activities of the early church, namely teaching the apostles doctrine, fellowship, the breaking of bread and the prayers.
Grace Fellowship is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church in America, the largest conservative Presbyterian body in America. As a part of a larger body we can
lean on the stability of solid, clear Bible teaching and a foundation of historical and faithful worship. We are representative (Presbyterian) in form of government,
reformed in beliefs, and evangelical in spirit.
At Grace Fellowship
We believe the Bible is the holy, inerrant, and inspired Word of God, which is to be our only rule of faith and practice. We are committed to the authority of Scripture.
We believe in one God, existing in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. God created all things and continues to uphold all things by His sovereign will.
We believe man was created perfect, but fell through disobedience into a state of sin. All men are in need of salvation through a personal redeemer, namely Jesus Christ.
We believe salvation is a gift of God's free grace, received through faith in Christ's finished work on the cross to pay for man's sins.
We believe Jesus Christ is Lord over the individual believer's life and that all of life is to be lived for the glory of God.
We believe the teachings of the Apostle's Creed, because we need to be clear about basic catholic (universal) church beliefs.
We believe the teachings of the Nicene Creed, because we need to be clear about basic trinitarian and christological truth.
We believe the teachings of the Westminster Confession of Faith, Larger Catechism, and Shorter Catechism, because we need to be clear about the doctrine we teach.