Conócenos (UK)


Service I-10:30
Buscadores (Children's programl)-10:30
Sundays School-10:30
Service II-12:30


Prayer meeting-19:00

Social Work-16:30

Youth Adults-19:00

What We Believe

What We Believe


Our mission:

We exist to glorify God, to grow together and to announce the Gospel.

Our vision:

To be a church open to everyone, strong in God, dynamic to serve and cheerful to love.

Our Statement of Faith:

1. The Scriptures 

We believe that only The Scriptures are God’s Word, which have been written by men divinely inspired (1), with the aim to reveal the Savior and the salvation. The content of the Scriptures is the truth without mistakes, errors and contradictions in their original document. The Scriptures reveal the principles of God’s judgment. Which are, until the fullness of time, always authority.

2. God the Father

We believe that there is only one true God, sovereign, personal and eternal. He is perfect in justice and infinite in power, wisdom and goodness; He is Creator and Breadwinner of everything that exists.

We believe that the Divine Unity is composed of three People: The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, which are the same in substance, equal in power and glory. (2)

3. Jesus Christ.

We believe that Jesus Christ is God manifested in the flesh, in which two natures concur: the divine one (1) and the human one (2), constituting just one indivisible person for the eternity.

We believe in His virgin conception by the Holy Spirit.

We believe in His nature and sinless life, His miracles, His vicarious and atoning death, His bodily resurrection, His ascension, His unique work of mediation and His return in power and glory.

4. The Holy Spirit.

We believe that the divine (2) person (1) of the Holy Spirit convicts the world of sin, righteousness and judgment, regenerates the sinner and sanctifies the believer, in who (3) is as pledge and guarantee of their eternal salvation, in order to strengthen, to comfort and lead a life in obedience to God.

5. The man.

We believe that all human being, by nature, is sinful with an innate tendency to sin and to a sinful behavior. Consequently, he is come short of the glory of God and dead in trespasses and sins.

This death leads to the eternal damnation and the eternal separation from God if man is not regenerated by virtue of redemption by Christ.

6. Man’s salvation

We believe that Jesus Christ died in atoning sacrifice for man, his vicarious death made once for all (1), is sufficient for salvation. (2)

We believe that the Holy Spirit imputes, thought faith to the repentant man, God’s righteousness made by Christ in his vicarious death, being justified.

We believe that the Holy Spirit, at the time of conversion, regenerates, baptizes and seals the believer giving new nature and coming to dwell in him.

Without this baptism in the Holy Spirit, nobody can enter in God’s Kingdom. (3)

We believe in the assurance of salvation for the believer based on God's faithfulness to His Word. We believe in the operations that God has already made in his children and the continued preservation of their own to that day.

We believe that repentance and faith in Christ are a fundamental part of God’s requirements of man (4).

7. The Christian life.

We believe that regeneration leads to a new life. (1). This life is sustained by the Holy Spirit (2) which continues His sanctifying work in the believer, enabling him to life holy lives and to serve Christ, bearing fruit of good works that glorify God.

 8. The Church

a. Its nature.

We believe that all redeemers constitute the universal church (1). They are members of the body whose only head is Christ.

We believe that a church – in the sense of local congregation (2), is a group of believers in Christ, baptized according to the teachings of the New Testament, united under the guidance of the Holy Spirit to worship God and to spread the Gospel, to exercise the gifts, rights and privileges granted by the Word of God and to promote the uplift of its members and practice the commandments of Christ.

b. Its Government

In its government, each church is autonomous, just submitted to God and The Scriptures (3).

c. Its Officers

The officers of a church are the pastors and/or priest – elder – and deacons (4).

d. Its Commandments

We believe that Jesus Christ established His commandments to be observed by the believers. The Baptism and The Last Supper.

Baptism, a symbol of our death and resurrection to a new life in Christ, it is performed to the believer in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit  after the believer has given public testimony of their faith in Jesus Christ.

The Last Supper was established to commemorate Christ’s death and has to be performed with bread and wine, symbols of the Body and the Blood of Lord Jesus Christ, respectively (6).

9. The future life.

We believe that, with Christ, the Kingdom of God came to this world; and this Kingdom will find fullness and total consummation in the second return of our Lord Jesus Christ.

We believe in the visible return of our Lord Jesus Christ in power and glory, the resurrection of the dead and the Last Judgment.

         We believe in an eternal life in God’s Kingdom with a New Heaven and a New              Earth.