What We Believe

"What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us." - A.W. Tozer

Core Beliefs

The following are the core beliefs of Watts Bar Community Church based on the foundational truths taught in the bible. All of our teaching and ministry is rooted in and flows out of these biblical doctrines.


There is only one true and living God. He is all knowing, all powerful, and everywhere present.
He reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.


As Father, God provides, loves, judges, and freely offers grace through faith in Jesus Christ.


Jesus Christ is the perfect representation of the Father in human form, both fully human and fully divine. He was born of a virgin and lived a sinless life. In death, He was the perfect sacrifice for the sins of all people. He rose from the dead after three days and later ascended to heaven. He will return one day. In the meantime, He lives in and through Christians.


God has revealed himself to us through his son, Jesus Christ, who is the visible image of the invisible God, the holy scriptures, and through all of creation itself.

Holy Spirit

He lives within each Christian to inspire, empower, guide, convict of sin, and gives abilitiesand spiritual gifts for carrying out the work of the church.


The Bible is the historical revelation of God’s activity for humanity; the authority of God to teach, guide, correct, train, and save. It was inspired by the Holy Spirit, is truth without error and is complete in revealing the will of God.


Salvation is God reconciling humanity to Himself. The solution to overcoming the death penalty of sin is to acknowledge the need for God, turn from sin, believe that Jesus is Savior and publicly confess Him as Lord.


Baptism is an outward expression of the inward change that has occurred in the life of a believer. It is not a means of salvation, and is not a requirement to become a member at Watts Bar Church.


Communion is a symbol of Jesus’ sacrifice. The bread and the cup represent the body and blood of Jesus. Those who have accepted Jesus Christ participate during periodic observances of communion.


The church is the body of Christ, made up of different people with different gifts and abilities.
The church’s role is to glorify God and serve those in need.

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