Our history

Our Name

We are a church, a group of people that calls itself a "family of believers in Christ" that is formally and publicly made by a "covenant community" in order to worship, serve and love God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength, to walk in brotherly love towards each other and giving a good testimony to all men.

We are Christians. We believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and confess that He is true God became man for our sake in order to buy us through His sacrifice paying the price of our redemption to God the Father. We declare that we have become his disciples through faith in Christ and repentance, and we have given public testimony through baptism by immersion in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.

We are evangelical. That we identify with that part of Christianity that appeals directly to the doctrines taught by the Reformers of the sixteenth century, expressed in the great confessions of the Reformed faith (in particular the so-called Second London Confession of 1689) and summarized in the five "alone" and that is:

Scripture alone. Believing that the Bible is divinely inspired and we also believe it to be clear and sufficient to know everything we need to believe about God and what are duties toward him in order to be saved. We do not consider any legislation or authoritative extrabiblical tradition.

Christ alone. Believing that Christ is the Redeemer of the elect of God, we rely on him alone, and in him alone we place all our hopes to be saved because he is the only mediator between God and men.

Grace alone. This is also the name of our church because
with it we want to state emphatically that the salvation of man is not the payment of a debt by God, nor the conquest of our merits, but solely and entirely a gift on his part that we we can never deserve.

Faith alone. Because we believe that the forgiveness of sins is obtained through faith alone, without any addiction of works whatsoever. Strongly denying the need for any form of "reparation" for our part we believe that he who is forgiven does necessarily good works, which are the effect (and not the cause) of his salvation.

To God alone the glory. We believe that the principles expressed so far form the truth of the Gospel because, stripping human beings of any merit attributed to God alone the glory of the salvation of sinners and we believe that it is the glory of God is the ultimate goal of all things.

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