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We Believe...





At Capel Baptist Church we live and serve by these foundational truths:


  • Jesus Christ: The Good News of Jesus Christ – Jesus Christ, the Son of God, shed His blood and died for our sins, was resurrected and only through faith in Him can we find forgiveness of sins and receive  eternal life.  (John 3:16)


  • The Trinity: As saved people God is part of our lives in all three forms; God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19)


  • The Holy Bible:  - As the inerrant Word of God, His Word reveals that Jesus Christ is Lord of All.  The Bible is God’s character, mind and will revealed by the Holy Spirit unto men. We strive to live by the teachings of the Bible.  ( 2 Timothy 3:16)


  • Prayer: We actively believe prayer is essential for open communication with God. As such, it is an integral part of worship both public and private and is essential to bring men to God for forgiveness and salvation.  (John 14:13, 1 Timothy 2:8, Philippians 4:6, Ephesians 6:18, 1 Thessalonians 5:17-18)


  • The Great Commission: Our Lord Jesus left us with the charge to share the Gospel and love of Jesus Christ with others in the hope of seeing them come into a growing, personal relationship with God through Him.  (Matthew 28: 18-20)

Because at Capel we deeply value the above, we then strive to engage in:


  • Worship – We worship God in spirit and truth through music, prayer and preaching of the Word of God.


  • Bible Teaching – By obedience to the teaching of the Bible we learn integrity and develop leadership qualities that reflect the nature of Christ.


  • Fellowship – Because of our love for God, we try to develop strong fellowship with our families, church members, our community, meeting the needs of others with godly compassion.


  • Stewardship – We realize that every good thing is a gift from God, our time, talents and treasures are to be used faithfully for Him.


  • Traditional Family Values – We adhere to God’s Word as our basis for the definition of marriage, which is the Holy union of one man and one woman.

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