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Doctrinal Statement

Faith Fellowship Church is a non-denominational association of believers in Jesus Christ devoted to spiritual growth and bringing the gospel to the world. We depend on the teaching of God’s word and the corresponding guidance of the Holy Sprit in the lives of faithful Christians



  1. The HOLY SCRIPTURES of the Old and New Testaments are give by inspiration of God.
  2. The TRIUNE GODHEAD eternally exists in three persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
  3. JESUS CHRIST is the eternal Son of God.
  4. GOD the HOLY SPIRIT convicts the world of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. 
  5. ANGELS. God created an innumerable company of sinless, spiritual beings, known as angels to minister to Him and to His children.
  6. THE FIRST MAN, Adam, was created in the image of God on the sixth day of creation. 
  7. SALVATION is the free gift of God, which cannot be merited by personal virtue or works but received only by personal faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and in His shed blood and substitutionary death for man on the cross of Calvary.
  8. RIGHTEOUS LIVING should be characterized by obedience to the Word of God in all the life and practice, separation from worldliness, seeking those things which are above and not those things on the earth.
  9. THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST is to catch away the Church; and it is always imminent. The dead in Christ will be resurrected first and then those true believers which are still alive will be taken up together with them from the earth to meet Christ in the air.
  10. THERE IS LIFE AFTER DEATH, the eternal blessedness of the saved in heaven and the everlasting punishment of the lost in hell.
  11. THE CHURCH consists of the saved; they are members of the body and bride of Christ.


The local organized church should meet together regularly.
The five purposes of the church are: 

  1. Worship  including singing, praying, hearing the Word, giving, baptism, the Lord’s Supper. 
  2. Fellowship 
  3. Discipleship 
  4. Ministry 
  5. Evangelism