What we believe

We believe in one eternal God, in God the Father, Creator of heaven and earth and in Jezus Christ, his only begotten Son, our Lord and Redeemer and in the Holy Spirit, our Conforter.

We affirm that the Bible is the Word of God, inspired by the Holy Spirit, which we accept as the only authoritative source for our beliefs and practices as a church. This is why the preaching has a central position in our worship services. 

The Bible teaches that God has made man in His own image. Man lost the harmonious relationship with God through disobedience and became subject to death as a penalty. 

The good news is that the message of the Bible does not stop here. God has demonstrated His love by sending His Son, the Lord Jesus Christ as the Saviour to this World.

He has paid the guilt of sinners through his voluntary suffering and death on the cross in their place. Everyone who believes in the Lord Jesus Christ will be saved.

The gift of salvation through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice is a free gift to all humankind and is not based on works, but on the merits of His death, and is obtained through grace by faith. The Holy Spirit works this faith by the

The church accepts the three confessions of the early church: the Apostolic confession, and the confessions of Nicea and Athanasius, and the three reformed confessions: the Heidelberg Catechism, the Belgic Confession and the Canons of Dordt, as the summary of its faith.

Reformed churches are equal tot the Presbyterian churches. Reformed churches originated in Scotland, the Reforned churches on the main land of Europe.