Confession and Humility:

In our faith community, we embrace the concept of confession as an essential act of humility and acknowledgment of our imperfections. To enter the church, one must profess or confess that they are weak and, at times, prone to moral failings. This confession is a testament to our recognition that we are in need of salvation and guidance from the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit.

We believe that by accepting and following the guidance of each aspect of the Trinity, we can strive toward a more perfect life that God has created for us to live. This journey requires a public pronouncement of faith and a commitment to walk in the footsteps of Jesus, guided by the Holy Spirit.

Confession of Sins:

Likewise, we hold true that the most effective way to seek absolution for our sins is to confess them publicly. When we err, we are encouraged to confess our transgressions, not only to God, acknowledging any breach of divine commandments, but also to those we may have wronged. Additionally, seeking forgiveness and empathy from the broader community is essential.

In our community, whether in the context of a structured setting like “Sinners Anonymous” or within the church, we strive to foster an environment that is empathetic, supportive, and understanding. We recognize that, as imperfect beings created in God’s image, we are limited in our understanding and abilities. Thus, we extend compassion to one another, knowing that we are all on a journey of growth and redemption.

Through confession, humility, and communal support, we aim to build a faith community that mirrors God’s boundless love and forgiveness, offering a path to redemption and transformation for all who seek it.