New Hope Reformed Fellowship Church

John 14:6

And Jesus said to him, "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."

We believe that God is triune, one God in Three Persons, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; that these three persons in the Godhead are distinct and yet equal and one in essence; and that the acceptance of this truth is essential to salvation.


We believe that God reveals Himself in His creation so that all men see His everlasting power and divinity and are without excuse before Him if they do not truly worship and serve Him. God has more clearly and fully revealed himself to man in His written Word, the Bible.  The Bible is infallable in which man may learn by God’s grace, to know, love and worship God unto man’s salvation and God’s glory. The Bible is the Word of God, being inspired by the Holy Spirit.


We believe that the universe with all it contains is not the product of evolution, but as recorded in the first chapter of Genesis, the universe was miraculously created out of nothing in six days by Almighty God for the visible display of His glory


We believe that Jesus Christ, the Savior, is the Son of God. With respect to His divine nature He is the second person of the Holy Trinity, equal to the Father and Holy Spirit in all things. The eternal Son of God also assumed to Himself a human nature, being born the son of the virgin Mary and became like unto us in all things, sin excepted.  Jesus Christ is thus at the same time both fully human and fully divine.  He satisfied the demands of the divine law by His life, passion and death. On the third day He arose bodily from the grave, ascended to glory, and is now our intercessor with the Father.  He will return visibly at the last day to judge the living and the dead.


We believe that God in His eternal plan for all creatures has foreordained all things that come to pass. In His sovereign love, and according to His good pleasure, He has chosen in Christ out of the whole human race a people unto salvation. This divine election of God precedes any gift of faith and salvation. The ground of the election is not anything on the part of a person which would merit any favor but solely the good pleasure of God.