AW Tozer said, "What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us." Since that's true, we want to think very carefully about God! This is why we've placed our pages on "Beliefs" under "Worship"—because true worship begins with knowing God through faith.

Creeds & Confessions

We do that by holding to several historic creeds & confessions that have accurately defined God, His Word, and His people for hundreds and thousands of years. We joyfully come alongside those who have gone before us to articulate who God is and what He has done.


We hold most dear these certain core truths that are essential to call yourself a Christian.


Confessional beliefs distinguish different kinds of churches from one another. True Christians have held different beliefs about certain topics throughout the history of Christianity (e.g. baptism, Lord's supper, church governance). Though these may not be essential core truths to be a Christian, that does not mean they are unimportant. Though not essential for Christianity, we hold these truths dear and essential to membership at The Fields.


In addition, there are also a host of important yet non-essential beliefs that even members of our church have differing opinions on. These are topics that we can disagree on with charity (issues of Christian liberty, gifts of the Spirit, eschatology, Reformed theology, etc.).

We aim to apply the saying that came out of the Reformation, "In the essentials, unity; in the non-essentials, diversity; in all things, charity."

Church Covenant

As a church, we come together under our Church Covenant that unites us in how we aim to live out these beliefs. We regularly remind ourselves of this covenant by reading it together at our members meetings and use it often to assess our health as a church.