We believe the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament
We believe Scriptures to be the verbally and plenary, inspired Word of God.
The Scriptures are inerrant, infallible and God-breathed and, therefore, are the final authority for faith and life.
Creed of Nicaea
The Creed of Aristides of Athens
The Creed of Cyprian of Carthage
The Der Balyzeh Papyrus
The Creeds of Arius and Euzoius
The Creed of Alexander of Alexandria
The First Synod of Antioch
The Second Dedication of Antioch
The Baptismal Creed of Jerusalem
The Apostolic Constitutions
World Evangelical Alliance Statement of Faith
National Association of Evangelicals
The Unaltered Augsburg Confession,
The Doctrine of the African Orthodox Church
Westminster Confession of Faith
Common Declaration of Pope John Paul II
A New Creed United Church of Canada
The Statement of Faith of the American Baptist Association
The Statement of Beliefs of the North American Baptist Conference
The Orthodox Creed
The Free-will Baptist Confession
The Holy Spirit and the Catholicity of the Church
The Church's Unity, World Council of Churches
The Unitarian Creed
Our Sacraments and Spiritual Services
Holy Orders (Ordination of new member of the clergy) The Spiritual Services Ministry Non-sacramental
The affirmation of love ceremony
Consecration of the water ceremony
Candlelight Tribute ceremony
Prayers reciting on demand
Solstice and Equinox ceremonies
Other Special Celebrations
GO TO CHURCH ANY CHURCH BUT GO TO CHURCH
REM COMMENT Go to the Church of Your Choice
"Salvation is the work of Almighty God, and only he knows what is in each human heart."
This video who is well done, is from Churches of Christ, who are autonomous Christian congregations associated with one another through common beliefs and practices. They seek to base doctrine and practice on the Bible alone in order to be the church described in the New Testament. Churches of Christ teach that God saves and adds to the church those who hear the gospel, believe in Christ, repent of sin, confess Jesus Christ as the Son of God, and are baptized for the remission of sins. (Acts 2:36-38, 47; Rom. 10:9-10).
In my view they are also a denomination like any other churches of the 38 000, in reality it have only one church that can claim to be the 1st one from the beginning before the split, the East–West Schism, also called the Great Schism and the Schism of 1054 the Catholic Church & the Orthodox Church.
About Jesus: He is a Jew, teaching to Jews about the Jewish faith if He use a building we call it synagogue. The building where a Jewish assembly or congregation meets for religious worship and instruction. Jesus have no clue to what is a Christian. Read: http://www.ericmichelministries.org/FoJ/FAQs09.html
When you become a Christian, you are called into a relationship with God (1 Corinthians 1:9). But I John 1:3 makes it clear that we enter a fellowship that goes two ways: with God and with other Christians.
everyone else. An unifying theme of Graham's new thinking is humility. When asked whether he believes heaven will be closed to good Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus or secular people, though, Graham says: "Those are decisions only the Lord will make. It would be foolish for me to speculate on who will be there and who won't ...
I don't want to speculate about all that. I believe the love of God is absolute. He said he gave his son for the whole world, and I think he loves everybody regardless of what label they have." Such an ecumenical spirit may upset some Christian hard-liners, but in Graham's view, only God knows who is going to be saved: "As an evangelist for more than six decades, Mr. Graham has faithfully proclaimed the Bible's Gospel message that Jesus is the only way to Heaven,"
(Source: Graham Believes Men Can Be Saved Apart From Name Of Christ" television interview of Billy Graham by Robert Schuller, on May 31, 1997)
REM add to it, this a step toward the Omega Point as mention by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin SJ,
French philosopher and Jesuit priest who trained as a paleontologist and geologist and the
Cosmic Christ. Serve the Cosmic Christ, whether You Are Christian, Unitarian, Hindu, Buddhist,
Jewish, Muslim, Atheist, etc. The eternal Christ in the cosmic story of our universe
"The mystical Christ, the universal Christ of St. Paul, has neither meaning nor value in our eyes
except as an explanation of the Christ who was born of Mary and who died on the cross...
However far we may be drawn into the divine spaces opened up to us by Christian mysticism,
we never depart from the Jesus of the Gospels..."
[Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, THE DIVINE MILIEU, Harper & Row, 1960, p. 117.]
Billy Graham says 'Salvation WITHOUT Jesus!'
Also Billy Graham says:" Go to church, any church of your choice, but go to church"
Our services are non-denominational working with denominational Christian churches. That's why you will see Rev Marie and I visiting other churches.
We visited in 2015-17
Communauté Catholique Jean XXIII Gatineau Quebec
Jeddore Baptist Church Nova-Scotia (Rev. Marie home church).
Carleton Baptist Church Orleans Ontario (Easter 2015)
Mac Kay United Church Ottawa Ontario
Trinity United Church Ottawa Ontario
The First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa (Non-Christians)
Ecclesiax Free Methodist Church of Canada
St. George's Anglican Church, Gatineau (Christmas 2016)
Christ Church Anglican Cathedral Ottawa (Easter 2017)
And we share other churches post on our Facebook pages....