Fountain Park Church
What We Believe

We rely solely on and believe firmly in the Word of God. All teaching, preaching, and counsel at Fountain Park is Bible-centered. Together, we seek to learn more about how to apply God's truths to our daily lives. We are a 21st Century church, founded on 1st Century beliefs. We are a church that values the traditions passed on to us for hundreds of years, yet also values the new understandings and applications that come to us in the 21st Century.

Basic Statement of Faith

We believe in the unique Divine inspiration, entire trustworthiness and authority of the Bible. We believe in the one true God, existing eternally in unity and in the tri-personality of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in the unique nature of man as a moral and rational being created in the image of God, and the historic fall of man into sin, bringing all men under divine condemnation. We believe in the full deity and true humanity of Jesus Christ, His personal pre-existence, virgin birth and sinlessness. We believe in the necessity and efficacy of the voluntary and substitutionary death of Jesus Christ for our redemption, and the historical fact of His bodily resurrection. We believe in the justification of sinners by the Lord Jesus Christ through faith alone. We believe in the deity and personality of the Holy Spirit, the effective agent in regeneration, in holy living, which is the necessary evidence of true faith, and in providing a variety of spiritual gifts for the common welfare of the church. We believe in the fellowship of Christians in the Church, which embraces Biblical doctrine, worships the true God, obeys the Lord Jesus' commands to baptize and to remember Him at the Communion table, exercises discipline, adorns its profession by holiness and love of fellow believers, and proclaims the Christian Gospel to the world. We believe in the expectation of the visible, personal return of our Lord Jesus Christ in glory. We believe in the resurrection of the redeemed to the enjoyment of God forever in His presence, and the resurrection of the unredeemed to judgment and everlasting punishment.