Step into a time tunnel, walk in "the old paths", and worship in a manner that is 2000 years old. No distractions from the message of Jesus Christ and Him crucified.
Why, seeing that we enjoy the comforts of modern living, do we identify ourselves as "primitive"? As a church, we make a sincere effort to maintain the practice and doctrine exhibited in the New Testament, despite changing values and customs around us.Therefore, we are "primitive", meaning first or original.
But our message? The message from the Primitive Baptist pulpits all over America is as up-to-date as the morning newspaper. What could be more current than to hear of a sovereign God who is infinitely concerned for the welfare of his people? His interest is so great that He gave Jesus Christ, His only begotten Son, as the sin bearer that all His family might safely live with God after life on earth has ended. But that's not the end of the message. Not only did God make arrangements for His family to live in Heaven, God provides daily guidance for His servants as they face the choices, decisions, trials, and conflicts of life. Learning how to make the right choices - the ones that will honor God - is a principle part of Christian activity. Therefore much is heard from our ministers about godly daily living.
We feel that you might find a Bible-based worship service among the Primitive Baptists refreshing. Sometimes the hectic machinery of modern religion detracts from the simple, but central message of "Jesus Christ and Him crucified." Therefore, we invite you to experience the thrill of stepping into a time tunnel, walking in "the old paths", and worshipping in a manner that is 2000 years old.
We believe in one true and living God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and these three are one.
Matthew 28:19, John 1:1, I John 5:7.
We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the revealed and inspired word of God, and the only rule of faith and practice, particularly the New Testament, for saints under this dispensation.
2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:21.
We believe that in the transgression of Adam, he fell under the just condemnation of God’s holy law, that all the human race was corrupted in and by him and that it is impossible for any of them to recover themselves or gain the favor of God by their own works or an act of their own will.
John 6:44, Romans 3:9-20, Romans 5:12, Ephesians 2:1.
We believe God, before the foundation of the world, unconditionally elected a definite number of the human family in Jesus Christ and ordained them to eternal life and glory.
Romans 8:29, Romans 9:11-13, Ephesians 1:4-6, Thessalonians 1:4
We believe Jesus Christ suffered and died in the room and stead of His elect only and that His elect are justified in the sight of God by the imputed righteousness of Christ.
Acts 20:28, John 10:11, Hebrews 10:14, Romans 5:8-10.
We believe that the Holy Spirit effectually calls, regenerates, and sanctifies all the elect of God.
John 6:37, 2 Timothy 1:9, Jude 1.
We believe all the elect shall be preserved in grace by the power of God and never fall finally away.
John 10:27, Romans 8:30, Philippians 1:6.
We believe that good works, obedience to the commands of God, are well pleasing in His sight and should be maintained; but they are to be considered only as evidence of a gracious state, and are not a condition of eternal salvation.
Ephesians 2:10, Hebrews 13:16, James 2:17-18, Galatians 5:22-23.
We believe that baptism and the Lord’s Supper are ordinances of Jesus Christ and that true believers are the only fit subjects for baptism and immersion is the only proper mode.
Matthew 28:19, Luke 22:19-20, I Corinthians 11:24-25.
We believe that as our Lord and Savior washed His disciples’ feet, we ought to wash one another’s feet.
John 13:4-17, I Timothy 5:10.
We believe in the resurrection of the dead, both of the just and the unjust, and a general judgment, and the happiness of the righteous and the suffering of the wicked, will be everlasting.
John 5:28-29, Revelation 20:12-15.