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about creekside

What should I expect if I visit?

A warm welcome. Strong coffee. Biblically-sound expositional preaching. People who care about God and each other. Casual (but not immodest) dress. A mix of older hymns and newer music. Children are encouraged to sit with their families during the worship service. Communion celebrated at the end of every service.

What we believe

You can check out our statement of faith here

Our Pastor/Elders are Reformed Baptist, and affirm God's sovereignty over all things, including salvation (click here for a great explanation). And while those convictions are important, our primary concern is your soul. Have you believed, embraced and submitted to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior? This is the most important question you can ever answer!

The Gospel

Your eternal destiny depends on the believing the truth about Jesus Christ (the gospel) as revealed in God's Word. Will you please take a moment and read this?

  • children welcomed

    We believe the best place for a child to learn about the Bible is with their family. When children sit together with their family during the worship service, they grow accustomed to being a part of the worship experience, just as adults will grow accustomed to the presence of children.

  • Scripturally submitted

    We embrace the doctrine of Sola Scriptura: all truth necessary for our salvation and spiritual life is taught either explicitly or implicitly in Scripture (2 Timothy 3:16-17). God's word is also sufficient, making the man of God "complete, equipped for every good work." Finally, Scripture is the ultimate authority for the Christian. These truths inform our preaching (which is expository), teaching, governance and relationships.

  • reformed

    God alone saves. Christians do not (and cannot) earn their salvation: it is a wholly unmerited gift from God. Man is saved through faith alone, by grace alone, in Christ alone, to the glory of God alone, in accordance with Scripture alone as the sole infallible rule of faith and practice. We cannot attain or retain our salvation through good works; rather, good works are the Christian response to God's gift (Eph 2:10).