DEOGLORIA
COMMUNITY CHURCH
ROCKINGHAM INC

0423 480 168 Inez de Wit

admin@deogloria.org.au

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PO Box 5436
Canning Vale, WA
6155

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STATEMENT OF FAITH

We believe that the One True God revealed Himself to the world in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. 

 

We believe in God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth.  

 

We believe that Jesus Christ alone is head of the Church and that He is the supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct in the life of both churches and individuals.  

 

We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and we believe in His virgin birth and that He was fully God and fully human. 

 

We believe that God proved His love for sinners through Jesus Christ taking the penalty of their sin upon Himself by dying on the cross on their behalf, that He rose bodily from the dead and that He ascended to heaven where He intercedes for His people. 

 

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ will return personally and in glory. At that time He will judge those who have died and those who are alive. 

 

We believe that by the grace of God, He forgives and reconciles to Himself all who turn to Him in true repentance, turning from sin and trusting in Christ’s atoning death. God imputes to them the righteousness of Christ Himself and adopts them as His children.

 

We believe in the resurrection of both the believers and the unbelievers; the believers to the resurrection of eternal life and the unbelievers to the resurrection of eternal damnation. 

 

We believe that there is no other name than ‘Jesus Christ’ by which people can be brought into the right relationship with God.

 

We believe in the Holy Spirit who imparts new life to those who believe in Jesus Christ. Through His indwelling presence and transforming power He gives assurance of salvation and eternal life and equips believers for holy living and effective service.

 

We believe that, in order to build up the Body of Christ, the Holy Spirit gives many different gifts to equip all God’s people for ministry. There are different kinds of gifts, but they are all given by the same Spirit. The gifts of the Spirit are given to each of us in a special way, to be used for the common good.

 

We believe the church is the body of Christ and the fellowship of all believers. Within the church all believers are called to serve God and each other and commissioned to make disciples of all nations. 

 

We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God and that its content and message is authoritative and trustworthy. It is therefore our supreme guide on what to believe and how to live. 

 

We acknowledge the traditions of the historic church. We believe that only the Word of God is our guide and that there is no other saviour than Jesus Christ alone. 

 

We believe that we are only saved by grace, that through faith in the Triune God alone we are His Children, and that the church exists to glorify God alone.   

 

We believe in the personhood of Satan, the enemy of Jesus Christ and of the believers, deceiving mankind.  God has condemned Satan to eternal damnation.

 

We believe that every Christian is called to love the Lord God with all heart, soul, mind and strength; and to love their neighbour as oneself. Therefore, all believers are to live godly lives, doing all things to the glory of God. The indwelling Holy Spirit makes this new life a reality as believers yield themselves to Him. We believe that baptism is a sacrament/ordinance given by Jesus Christ as a symbol, sign and seal of a covenant of grace.  

 

We believe the Lord’s Supper is a sacrament/ordinance given by Jesus Christ.  It is to be observed in the church for a perpetual remembrance and showing forth of the sacrifice of Christ, the spiritual nourishment of believers and a sign of their communion with one another.    

 

We believe that we are called to bring people to Christ, enfold them in His church and equip them to go into their community as effective disciplers.