As Christians we hold to The Apostles' Creed.
As Reformed Christians and members of the CRCNA, we also hold to three more historical documents. We call them the three forms of unity. They are:
Though this is who we are, we also believe that church unity across denominational lines is important. Here is the end of our doctrinal statement found in our constitution:
We believe that we must diligently uphold and defend the essentials of the faith; however there must be freedom and liberty within the Church regarding issues that are not foundational. Where there is disagreement on doctrines that the Church has never held to be essential, we give to each other permission not only to co-exist, but to disagree. We stand together with the ancient Church's motto: "Unity in the essentials, Liberty in the non-essentials, God's love in all things."