Like other Baptists, Seventh Day Baptists believe in:the saving love of Jesus Christ the Bible as the inspired word of God and a record of God's will for man. The Bible is our authority both for our faith and our daily conduct. Freedom of thought under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. the congregational form of church government. Every member of the church has the right to participate in the decision making process of the church. So why are Seventh Day Baptists different? Seventh Day Baptists observe the Biblical seventh day Sabbath, the day established and blessed by God at earth's creation.
So why are Seventh Day Baptists different?
Seventh Day Baptists observe the Biblical seventh day Sabbath, the day established and blessed by God at earth's creation. Read more …
Having been, as we trust, brought by divine grace into fellowship with the Lord Jesus Christ as our Savior from sin, we solemnly and joyfully covenant with one another:
- To take the Bible as a lamp to our feet and a light to our path, giving special heed to regular systematic scripture reading. Psalms 119:105
- To encourage each other to devote a daily period of time toward understanding scripture interpretation and personal application, as the Spirit directs us. II Timothy 3:14-17
- To meet together in Sabbath worship to glorify and praise the Lord. Hebrews 10:23-25. Read more ...
Northwest Association of SDB Churches: www.nwseventhdaybaptists.org
Seventh Day Baptist Conference: www.seventhdaybaptist.org