We believe that the only way a person can come to salvation is through Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God who came to earth, lived, taught, was crucified, and rose from the dead on the third day to make propitiation for our sins.
We believe in the second coming of Jesus Christ for His bride the church as is outlined in the revelation of St John.
We believe in Christ Jesus as a healer and in His promises outlined to us in the 16th chapter of St Mark's Gospel that we shall lay hands on the sick in the Name of Jesus Christ and that they shall be healed.
We believe in the baptism of the Holy Spirit (cf, Matthew 3:11) and the gifts and evidences of the Holy Spirit baptism for the edification of the body of Christ.
The Bible is our all-sufficient rule for faith and practice. This Statement of Fundamental Truths is intended simply as a basis of fellowship among us (i.e., that we all speak the same thing, 1 Corinthians 1:10 [KJV/NIV]; Acts 2:42 [KJV/NIV]). The phraseology employed in this Statement is not inspired nor contended for, but the truth set forth is held to be essential to a full-gospel ministry. No claim is made that it covers all Biblical truth, only that it covers our need as to these fundamental doctrines.
We believe that every believer has a unique relationship with the Lord. As His children, every Christian has immediate access to the throne of grace for God’s help, protection, and provision in every area of their lives. It is therefore the primary mission of this church to disciple and equip believers to be ministers of the great commission given us by Christ Jesus. disciple
We believe in the Church as the eternal and universal Body of Christ consisting of all those who have accepted the work of Christ’s atonement. We believe in the need for a local assembly of believers for the purpose of evangelism to unbelievers and edification of the Body of Christ. We believe it is the job of the church to equip the con
We believe in the Church as the eternal and universal Body of Christ consisting of all those who have accepted the work of Christ’s atonement. We believe in the need for a local assembly of believers for the purpose of evangelism to unbelievers and edification of the Body of Christ. We believe it is the job of the church to equip the congregation as ministers to go out and fulfill the Great Commission.
Over the past two decades, there has been a major shift in society in which the Lord in His infinite wisdom has seen fit to bring His prodigal children home that He may raise them up as an army to lead a revival in our nation in His Name and for His glory with the ultimate goal being to bring souls to Him.
We here at PG Fellowship feel we are at the forefront of this movement.