We count ourselves as part of God’s “holy, catholic (meaning universal), and apostolic Church” and hold to those basic teachings which have been believed by all Christians throughout history that have proclaimed historic Christianity. These teachings have been confessed in the ecumenical creeds of the early church such as the Apostles’ and the Nicene Creeds.
These are some of the foundational teachings of the historic Christian faith:
The Trinity (one God in three persons of Father, Son and Holy Spirit).
The Incarnation (that Jesus is both God and man).
The Atonement (that Jesus died on the cross and was raised from the dead in order to save sinners).
The Resurrection (that Jesus was raised bodily from the dead and is the first-fruits of the restoration of all of His creation).