We believe in


Our faith and doctrine are only based on Bible. Bible is the annunciation from God, it’s invariable and everlasting. Holy Spirit leaded the people who wroted this annunciation so that a human being could find a connection with God. Bible must be translated in different languages so that everybody could read, listen and understand it.



God is the one, everlasting, but in His there are three persons. We can talk about the Holy Trinity.


God is the Father, who has created all the creation. He is also maintaining and covering the creation. God is Holy and Righteous, Merciful and Gracious. God loves a human person. God knows everything, can do everything and is everywhere.


The Son of God, Jesus Christ, is also everlasting God. Jesus became as a human being and reconciled us with God. Jesus died on the Calvary, rose up and sits at the right hand of the Heavenly Father. Jesus will come back and collect us to the eternal life.

Holy Spirit

Holy Spirit has worked and still works with Father and Son. Borning again is the work of Holy Spirit. Holy Spirit also distributes the spiritual gifts (1 Corinthians 12). Holy Spirit grows the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22).



The Word of God and Holy Spirit influence the faith. If you receive the word and believe in Jesus, your sin will be forgiven and you will born again. It’s God’s work that the human being can born again. The righteousness of God will be given to you without your own good work.



Baptism belongs to the borning again. When you have been born again (became a christian), you have to be baptized in the name of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. It means joining to Christ’s death being putted on Christ. In baptism the christian will also be joined to the congregation.



All believers belong to the one universal congregation; to the body of Christ. Besides God has planned the local congregation to everyone. It consists of incomplete people, who still love Jesus. It’s mission is to preach gospel and teach believers and help people by altruism.



Communion belongs to the christian, who believes in Jesus and has been baptized. (Acts 2:41-42). Lord Jesus gave us an example.