There is one God, infinite-personal, perfect in unity, and existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
God is the necessary being, the transcendent creator and sustainer of all that is.
God chooses to make Himself known through natural and special revelation, allowing accurate but necessarily incomplete knowledge of His nature and will.
God created man in His own image for the purpose of communion with and worship of Himself.
Mankind is wholly corrupted and alienated from God, first in Adam and individually through rebellion, and must therefore be subject to His just condemnation.
God's Son, Jesus Christ, was born of a virgin, incarnate as a man while remaining fully God. He lived a sinless life and died by His free choice as the propitiatory sacrifice for the sins of mankind. After three days He resurrected bodily and ascended to the right hand of the Father.
Man's only hope for freedom from the bondage of sin into a restored relationship with God is through faith in the propitiatory blood of the Son, offered as a free gift necessary and sufficient for salvation to all who believe.
Saving faith consists of repentance from sins, belief in Jesus Christ alone for salvation, and submission to Him as Lord.
Saving faith will result in increasing conformity to the standard set forth by its object, Jesus Christ, through the regenerating ministry of the indwelling Holy Spirit.