In 1896, many members of the Church of God experienced a spiritual outpouring they identified as the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Because it was so similar to the experience of the early Christians on the day of Pentecost, it came to be called a Pentecostal experience, an enrichment of the Christian life through the power of the Holy Spirit that empowered believers to be effective witnesses of Christ. The principle distinctive of the Church of God as a Pentecostal organization is its belief in speaking with other tongues as the Spirit gives the utterance and that this is the initial evidence of the baptism in the Holy Spirit.
Since its beginning, the Church of God has been a movement” a moving church with a mission of ministry to the world. In this new millennium, God is leading the Church of God as a global movement prepared to meet the demands and challenges of ministry in the 21st century.
You'll discover a really comfortable and casual atmosphere here, and there is no dress code! Just show up as you are. You shouldn’t expect to find perfect people. We are merely a family of Christians attempting to follow Jesus. You'll be greeted with a smile, and as we attempt to show the community "Faith, Hope and Direction". We pray that you'll sense God at work in our church and know that all are welcome.
The Church of God subscribes to the following five foundational Christian doctrines:
We have a Declaration of Faith, Doctrinal Commitments as well as Practical Commitments that lay out the details of our church structure. - Read More-