We believe in the one true and living God, and not withstanding there are Three that bear record in Heaven, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, yet there is but one in substance, equal in power and glory, not to be divided and impossible to change in principle and practice.

We believe the Old and New Testament Scriptures are the true written words of God and were given by inspiration of God and there is a sufficiency in them contained for our instruction and they are the only rule of our faith and practice.

We believe the doctrine of original sin, and that man sinned since the fall, and that men are by nature the children of wrath.

We believe in the impotency or inability of men to recover themselves out of the state they are in; therefore, a Savior is absolutely needed.

We believe that sinners are justified in the sight of God only by the imputed righteousnessof Jesus Christ.

We believe in the perseverance of the Saints. That by grace through faith they are born again and adopted into the family of Heaven; that they will become equal heirs with Jesus Christ in glory, and that He will raise them up at the last day.

We believe that Baptism and the Lord's Supper are Gospel Ordinances; that true believers are the proper subjects and we admit no other.

We believe that the true mode of baptism is by immersion, to baptize a person by their own consent, back foremost in the water, in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.

We believe that washing of one another's feet is a commandment of Christ, left on record with His disciples, and ought to be practiced by His followers.

We believe in the resurrection of the dead and general judgment when all will be judged according to their deeds done in the body.

We believe the punishment of the wicked will be everlasting andthe joys of therighteouswill be eternal after death.

We believe that no one has the right to administer the Gospel Ordinances but such as are legally ordained and qualified there unto.

We believe it to be the duty of all church members to attend church meetings, and that it is the duty of the church to deal with them for neglecting same.

We believe it to be the duty of all church members to contribute to the support of the church by defraying all reasonable expenses of same, never neglecting the poor, according to their several abilities.

We believe that any doctrine that goes to encourage or indulgethe people in their sins or cause them to settle down on anythingshort of saving grace in Christ for salvation is erroneous and suchdoctrine will be rejected by us.

None of the above articles shall be construed as to hold with particular election or reprobation as to make God partial directly or indirectly so as to injure children of man.

None of the above articles shall be altered without legal notice and free consent.