We have faith in one God who exists internally in three distinct persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. We believe that God the Father is the first person of the Trinity. He is the creator and sustainer of all things. God the Son, known as Jesus Christ, is the second person of the Trinity. The Son of God, He came from heaven to save the world. He was betrayed, beaten, mocked, and crucified on the cross, and on the third day he rose from the dead. Now he is seated at the right hand of the Father, from where he intercedes for all those who believe in Him.

We believe that the Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. He is the living presence of God inside each follower of Christ, urging them to change their lives, their community, and the world.

The bible

We believe that the Bible is the infallible and  authoritative word of God inspired by The Holly Spirit. Our faith is based on it, giving us access to God’s promises. See 2 Peter 1: 20-21.


We believe that God has freely offered the gift of Salvation to all mankind, but that it is only obtained by Grace through faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus has paid entirely for the sin of all those who believe in Him and that He will return to take them to Heaven, where they will be in God’s presence for all eternity. See Mark 1:15 and Romans 5:1-6.


The Bible teaches that baptism with water is a symbolic act of obedience to God and faith in the accomplished works of our Lord Jesus Christ (Ephesians 2: 8-9).
At New Creature in Christ, we believe that baptism is a confession of our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. In Greek, the word baptism is baptizo, meaning the act of immersion.
Baptism by immersion symbolizes the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus, representing the death of our old sinful self and our rebirth as a new creature in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17).


Communion is our way of remembering Jesus Christ’s works and sacrifice on the hill of Calvary, where He died to save us from sin. By communing, we remember that Jesus “was wounded for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his stripes we are healed” (Isiah 53:5).