We’re thankful you’re here!
We cordially invite you to come and share in any of our services or church activities. We would be excited for any opportunity to meet you and get to know you. Our church is committed to providing a place where anyone can learn about Jesus Christ and get to know Him in a personal way. We encourage diligent Bible study, enriching fellowship and loving care for everyone.
We are committed to a proclamation of God’s Word that is clear and theologically sound. The end result is people who have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and are eager to please God by applying His Word to every area of life.
Our Doctrinal Statement
We teach that the Bible is God’s written and completed revelation to man, and thus the 66 books of the Bible given to us by the Holy Spirit constitute the plenary (inspired equally in all parts) Word of God.
Our Core Values
- Seeking to be close to God will be our first priority.
- Discovering and doing what pleases God pleases us.
- Leaders prepare God’s people to works of ministry.
- Fathers and mothers train their children to be like Jesus.
- Homes and community settings are the primary sites of church ministry.
- Our eternal focus shows.
To know Christ and to make Him known
Having received Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior and being in agreement with DeForest Bible Church’s statement of faith, Constitution and By-laws, purpose and mission, I commit myself to God and to the other members.
Guiding Principles for Worship
Worship, and the practices related to it, have been misunderstood and frequently guided by cultural ritual, both traditional and contemporary. Needless to say, division and confusion now mar what God intended to “bring Him glory and honor”. The church would do well to submissively pursue “that which pleases the Lord”.
Worship Standards We Embrace
New Testament worship is that place where the surrendered soul finds opportunity to lavish on God overflowing thanksgiving and adoration. In worship, hearts, overwhelmed by God’s love and in awe of the splendor of His Holiness, often turn to words, songs and music as one way to express their unspeakable joy. A deep longing to bow before God and attribute to Him the dignity and worth He deserves to receive from all His creation is a mark of this worship.