We believe in the God of Israel as the one true God. [Mark 12:29]
We believe that the Godhead is made up of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, who are three persons yet one God. [Matt 28:19 & 3:16-17; John 10:30; Gen 1:26 & 3:22]
We believe that this God is to be prayed to and worshipped alone, as prescribed in Scripture. [1 Tim 2:5]
We believe in the doctrinal infallibility of the original manuscripts of the 66 books comprising the Old and New Testaments (that is the original Hebrew and Greek of the Textus Receptus which was translated into the authorised KJV bible) and in the historicity of these Scriptures. [2 Tim 3:16; Psalm 12:6-7]
We believe in the complete Bible as the supreme authority for our faith and ministry.
We believe that the Bible is the only basis of true doctrine.
We personally believe that through the finished work on the cross, Jesus took our sins and gave us His life through His righteousness, that we must personally accept Him by faith alone and remain obedient to Jesus Christ, the Word of God, according to the Scriptures. [John 1:1-51, Isaiah 53, Matt 7:21] He that believes on
 Jesus is not condemned  but he that believes not is condemned already to hell after death, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. [John 3:18]
We believe that man is fallen into sin which was passed down through Adam (original sin) and so creation became corrupted by sin. It is totally impossible for man to justify himself before a perfect and holy God. [Genesis 2:16-17 & Romans 5:21]
Man is without excuse of both God’s existence & sovereignty due to the evidence of God’s handiwork in creation. For the invisible things of God can be clearly seen by all generations, being understood by the things that are made, even God’s eternal power and Godhead. [Romans 1:20]
We believe according to the bible that Gentiles who truly accept Jesus are counted as part of the spiritual citizenship of Israel as wild branches that are grafted into the natural branches of the Olive Tree.  The Olive Tree roots is a picture of Christ and the word of God. [Romans 11, Ephesians 2:12] We know that the new covenant with Gentiles has not replaced or superseded Israel. [Roman 11:17-27]
We believe that God’s prophetic plan for the world is bound up with His plan for the gathering and the salvation of Israel.
We sincerely believe in the gifts & fruit of the Holy Spirit and that they continue to operate in the church. However gifts should be done decently, in order and proven. [1 Cor, 12:28 14:39-40; 1 Thes 5:19-21; Gal 5:22-23]
We reject any form of tradition-based or experiential theology in any denomination.
We believe in believer’s baptism (full immersion) following repentance, as obedience to Scripture and for the remission of sins. [Acts 2:38] To reiterate, prior to water baptism (full immersion) we must repent and believe through faith in Jesus Christ that Jesus took our sins upon Himself and rose again on the third day, defeating death.  We do not believe in the blasphemy of the Eucharist or sacraments which are not Scriptural.
We believe in the unity of the Spirit (the unity of God’s people and not ecumenical unity). We do not accept unity on any ground other than that which is Bible-based.
We totally reject – as a false unity – ecumenism, multi-faith and do not conform to a non-evangelical version of Christianity such as churchgoers who do not believe in the bible and who do not contest that the bible is the only God-breathed book on earth. [2 Tim 3:16; Psalms 12:6-7; Rev 22:18-19]
We believe that salvation is by grace alone through faith but not of works lest any man should boast. [Romans 3:28]
However, we do not believe in hyper grace and we believe a true believer will read and follow the bible daily. God wants us to fear and love Him and to be obedient. [Matt 7:21 & 7:24-25]
We do not consider both repentance (which is ongoing) and baptism to be works. [Luke 13:5; Acts 2:38 & 17:30-31]