We teach that Baptism and the Lord’s Supper have been committed to the local church:.
Scripture teaches that we are saved by Grace at baptism to do good works.
The Lord’s Supper is a commemoration and proclamation of the death of Jesus Christ. The bread and the juice are only representative of the body and blood of Christ, but the Lord’s Supper is still an actual communion with the risen Christ, who is present in a spiritual way. We offer the Lord’s Supper weekly. Believers should use this time to remember Christ and His death, examine their lives and ask God for forgiveness, and recommit their lives in service to Christ.