To bring people to Jesus Christ and become a member of His family, develop their maturity in Christ, prepare for ministry in the church, and fulfill life's mission in the world for the glory of God's name.

To accomplish the tasks set by God, our church pursues 5 objectives:

  1. Discipleship- Lead church members to a deeper spiritual level and help them grow up spiritually in their ministry through a systematic, focused and multi-level study of the Bible.
  2. Worship- The worship of God through our expression of love for who He is, what He said, and what He This includes prayer, preaching, testimonies, singing, poetry, thanksgiving, listening, and financial donations.
  3. Evangelism- The organization of all necessities to bring new people to Christ.
  4. Fellowship in Small Groups - Educating church members to have a sense of belonging to the Body of Christ, expressed in particular individuals - members of our Church (counselling care of the flock).
  5. The Helping Ministry- The physical and financial care of church members.


  1. A deep study of the Bible, and meditation in the sound doctrine of our Lord Jesus Christ. (John 5:39)
  2. The preaching of Jesus Christ carries a complete and sufficient character, and defines the main directions of the activity of our church. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
  3. Prayer ministry as a real means of influencing the church and the world. (John 14:12-14)
  4. Evangelism is used not only for people to know how to live in this world, do good deeds, declare the good news, or encourage people to turn to God, but the main purpose is for people who have accepted the good news to become responsible, mature and prepared disciples of Christ. (John 15:8)
  5. Each member of the church is regarded to as a potential preacher of the Word of God to the extent and in accordance with the spiritual gifts that the Holy Spirit gives them. (Matthew 28:18-20)
  6. Pastors and leaders see their task as to prepare and "arm" the church members for ministry. (Ephesians 4:11-13)
  7. As the main motive for its growth, the church professes obedience to Jesus Christ and obedience to God's will. This means unconditional belief in the Word of God and the desire to serve God and your neighbor. (John 8:31-32)
  8. Church members work together in unity for a common cause: The growth of the Church of Christ. (Philippians 1:27)
  9. The church strives to know the needs and requirements of its members, taking an active role in helping to resolve them. (Romans 12:13)
  10. The church's priority is to promote forms of service that correspond to the problems of its members and those around (Galatians 6:9-10)
  11. To achieve these goals, the church has a classical and biblical direction on the principles of the early church, alien to the spirit of modernism, liberalism and legalism. (2 Timothy 4:1-5)
  12. Confessing the principle of unity in faith and diversity in practice, and allowing various forms of ministry with other churches. However, the church finds it impossible to practice merging with other religions because of certain differences in the understanding of sound doctrine of Christ. (1 Timothy 6:3-51 Timothy 6:11-15Revelation 3:10-11)
  13. The Church has a wide view of the world, seeing it as a field ripe for harvest. (Matthew 9:37-38)
  14. Each member of the Church considers them self as one sent by God to their friends, relatives, and everyone in the towns and villages all over the world for evangelism (Matthew 28:18-20)
  15. Our priorities do not focus only on internal church issues, but have a wide geographic spread. (Acts 1:8)