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Our Church

   The sovereign authority of the Bible:  Scripture is the rule and support of faith. Christ is the sole master of Scripture. He came not to abolish but to fulfill the Law and the prophets.


   Free examination:  It is the freedom of any person to submit only to a truth which imposes itself on him in an obvious way, without implicit and blind obedience.


   Justification by faith:  The unanimous Reformation believes that it is faith and faith alone that justifies.


   The unity of community life:  The Reformation proposes an ideal of ethical perfection towards which we must strive by rejecting any distinction between secular life and religious life, what is also called the universal priesthood.


   the sacraments, signs and means of grace:  The sacrament (baptism and Holy Supper) according to the Reformation is received by faith and does not belong to priests. The sacraments unite the community and demonstrate its commitment.


   The Church, a society of believers:  The invisible Church, in which one enters by faith, must be distinguished from the visible Church in which one can simply want to be welcomed or to which one adheres expressly in accordance with the statutes of the Church . The sermon is addressed without distinction to the present and to the adherent members.


    These principles are reflected in our parish through a local church project.

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