We believe the one God has revealed Himself in three persons, the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.
We believe Jesus is the full expression of God in bodily form. He is both fully God and fully man.
We believe the Holy Spirit empowers believers for witness in the world and therefore validates the faithful preaching of God’s word with signs and wonders and various gifts of the Spirit.
We believe all scripture is God-breathed.
We believe the finished work of Jesus on the cross as the only grounds of salvation for all men regardless of whether they are Jews or Gentiles. This salvation work is appropriated by faith alone.
We believe the physical and visible return of Jesus to the Mount of Olives.
We believe that the local church is the biblical body of Christ and that all believers in Jesus are required to assemble at one of these.
We honour and emphasise the Hebraic roots of our Christian faith grounded in the Old and New Testament, while recognising that salvation is by faith, not by works. We offer our support to the Jewish people irrespective of their spiritual standing yet we also recognise the significance of the local and growing Body of Messiah in Israel.
We believe the Bible attests to God’s unique and enduring calling and election of the Jewish people as an instrument of world redemption, which is still relevant and active today in the restoration of Israel in their ancient homeland.
We believe that the modern-day restoration of Israel is evidence of God’s faithfulness to His eternal covenant made with Abraham. Our stand with the Jewish people is founded upon the eternal covenants of God and therefore reject all forms of replacement theology.
We also recognise the unique and biblical calling of the Arab nations around Israel particularly in his salvation plan for all people in the Middle East.
We do recognise however that we live in a season of fulfilment and restoration for Israel that has been unfolding over the past 120 years and had been foretold by many biblical prophets.