Our Beliefs

We believe:

  • In one triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, as revealed in Scripture, and in His sovereignty and grace in creation, providence, revelation, redemption and final judgement.
  • In the divine inspiration and consequent inerrancy of Scripture as originally given, and in its final authority in, and all-sufficiency for, all matters of faith and conduct.
  • In the universal sinfulness and guilt of the human race in consequence of the Fall, and in our liability to God’s wrath and judgement.
  • In the real and personal existence of the devil.
  • In Jesus Christ, the divine and eternally pre-existent Son of God, who took upon Himself true humanness, was born of a virgin, and is the sole mediator between human beings and God.
  • In Jesus Christ’s perfect life and sacrificial death as our representative and substitute, whose life and death are the sole and all-sufficient ground of redemption from the guilt and power of sin, and from its eternal consequences.
  • In the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, in His ascension into heaven, His present reign, and His personal, visible and imminent return in power and glory
  • In the justification of the sinner solely by the grace of God through faith alone, resulting in the eternal security of the believer and in works that please God.
  • In the person of God the Holy Spirit and in His illuminating, convicting, regenerating, indwelling, sanctifying and empowering work in every believer.
  • In the priesthood of all believers, their calling to serve God with the gifts He has given them, their equal standing before God and their equal access to the Father through the Son by the Spirit.
  • In one universal Church, comprising all believers from all nations of all time, as the body of which Christ is the Head, expressed locally in terms of churches committed to the Word of God and prayer, mutual service and care, and mission.
  • In baptism of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ in obedience to His command, and in the Lord’s Supper as a symbolic remembrance of His death.
  • In the resurrection of the body and the future, final judgement, subsequent to which those who reject the Lord Jesus Christ will suffer eternal punishment, while believers will enjoy and serve God and His Christ perfectly in the new creation for all eternity.
Grosvenor

Upcoming Events

Dec
17
Sun
11:00 am Sunday Service
Sunday Service
Dec 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
11am church is attended by Irish and Internationals of all ages. There is a crèche that runs throughout for 0-3s. There is a Sunday Club for all primary age children and some weeks there is Bible Class for teenagers. Both of these leave about 20 minutes into[...]
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