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What We Believe (1)

The Bible

The sole basis of our belief is the Bible—the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments. We believe Scripture in its entirety originated with God and He revealed it to chosen authors. Scripture speaks with the authority of God while simultaneously reflecting the backgrounds, styles, and vocabularies of these human authors. We hold that the Scriptures, in their original manuscripts, are infallible and inerrant; they are the unique, full, and final authority on all matters of faith and practice. There are no other writings similarly inspired by God.


2 Timothy 3:15-17; Psalm 119:11; Psalm 119:105; Colossians 3:16; Romans 10:17


We believe there is one true, holy God, eternally existing in three equal persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In the beginning, God demonstrated His power, wisdom, and goodness by creating the world and everything in it. Through His divine power and providence, God continues to sustain His creation, operating within history to fulfill His redemptive purposes.


Deuteronomy 6:4;  Leviticus 11:45;  Exodus 34:6;  Matthew 28:19;  2 Corinthians 13:14;  Genesis 1:1;  Colossians 1:16-17


The central purpose of God’s revelation in Scripture is to call people into fellowship with Him. Originally created to be in relationship with God, humans defied Him by going their own independent way, resulting in alienation from Him and the innate inability to please God. This fall took place at the beginning of human history; all people since have suffered these consequences and are in need of the saving grace of God.

The salvation of humanity is completely a work of God’s free grace; it is not in any way the result of human works or goodness. Each person can receive salvation by repentance and faith. God’s Word assures individuals that He will continue His saving work in them forever.


Matthew 22:37-38;  Genesis 3:4-7;  Romans 3:23;  1 Corinthians 15:21-22;  Ephesians 2;8-9;  Acts 2:38; Acts 16:31; Romans 8:1-2;  John 3:16;  Romans 8:38-39;  Philippians 3:20-21

Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ, the eternal second person of the Trinity was fully united with a human nature by a miraculous conception and virgin birth. He lived in perfect obedience to the Father, voluntarily paid the price for the sins of all people by dying on the cross as their substitute, and satisfied divine justice bringing salvation to all who trust in Him alone. After His physical death, Jesus Christ rose from the dead and ascended into heaven to sit at the right hand of the Father as the only intercessor between God and humans. He promises to return to earth, personally and visibly, to fulfill history and the eternal plan of God.

Colossians 1:15;  Colossians 1:19;  John 1:1&14;  Philippians 2:6-7;  Isaiah 7:14;  1 Peter 3:18;  Romans 3:25-26; 1 Corinthians 15:3-4;  2 Corinthians 5:21;  John 14:3;  Acts 1:11;  Matthew 24:30-31;  1 Corinthians 15:24-25

The Christian Life (The Holy Spirit)

People in a saving relationship with Jesus Christ are to live in holiness and obedience as they submit to the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity. Sent by the Father and the Son, the Holy Spirit applies Christ’s saving work by enlightening the minds of sinners to their need to be saved. He renews and indwells each believer upon salvation, becoming their source of assurance, strength, wisdom, and gifting for building up the church. The Holy Spirit guides believers in understanding and applying the Bible. Appropriated by faith, His power and control empower believers to lead a life of Christ-like character and bear fruit for the Father’s glory.

John 3:5-8;  1 Peter 2:14-16;  John 14:16-18;  John 16:8;  Romans 8:9;  Ephesians 1:13-15;  1 Corinthians 12:7;  John 16:13; Ephesians 5:18;  Galatians 5:22-23

Human Destiny

Death seals the eternal destiny of each person. All humanity will experience a bodily resurrection and a judgement that will determine the fate of each individual. Having rejected God, unbelievers will suffer eternal condemnation apart from Him. Believers will be received into eternal communion with God and will be rewarded for works done in this life.

Hebrews 9:27-28;  1 Corinthians 15:51-52;  Matthew 25:31-32;  Matthew 25:46;  John 14:1-2

The Church

All who acknowledge Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord are united with Him as members of His body, the one true church. Scripture commands believers to gather for worship, prayer, fellowship, and the teaching of the Word; to observe Baptism and Communion as established by Jesus Christ; to offer service to the body through development and use of talents, gifts, and outreach to the world. The local expression of the church is wherever God’s people meet regularly in obedience to this command. Cared for and led by Elders and leaders, church members are to work together in love and unity for the ultimate purpose of glorifying Christ.

1 Corinthians 12:27;  1 Peter 2:9;  Acts 2:42;  Colossians 3:15-16;   Acts 2:38;  Matthew 28:19; 1 Corinthians 11:23-25; Ephesians 4:11-13 Acts 1:8;  Hebrews 13:7&17;  1 Peter 3:8;  1 Peter 4:8-10

Faith and Practice

In all matters of faith and practice, Scripture is the final authority. In matters where Scripture is silent, believers should conscientiously seek to be led by the Lord because it is to Him alone he or she is ultimately responsible.

2 Timothy 3:15-17;  Galatians 5:17-18;  Psalm 25:4-5;  2 Corinthians 5:9

If you would to talk more about what we believe please contact us here...


To find out more about what it means to be a Christian, please take a look at What is Christianity? 

Hello and welcome to our church. If you are a new visitor, we have a page for you to get to know us and learn more about planning a visit.
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Planning your Visit

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Welcome! Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here all your life, we hope our website helps you to find out everything you want to know about our Church.


Some key information about LifeChurch, Brackley...


When & where does the church meet?

What should I expect when I visit the church?

Is there a dress code?

Will I have to join in?

I have more questions, how can I get in touch and ask them?


When & where does the church meet?

We meet every Sunday at 4pm at Egerton Hall, Juno Crescent, Brackley, NN13 6GN
There's a map of where to find us on our contact us page! 

Alongside the main service we have some great programmes for children and youth.

  • The Ark - 0-4s - During the service
  • Ignite - 5-11s - During the service
  • Rock Solid - 12-14s - During the service
  • Surge - 14-18s - After the service

What should I expect when I visit the church?

You will receive a very warm welcome particularly from our Welcome Team who will direct you where you need to go and be ready to answer any questions you may have.  

Our style is informal, relaxed and contemporary with music, multi-media, real life stories, fun, laughter and talks which help make sense of life. Refreshments are served before and after the service.

Is there a dress code?

No! Our style is relaxed and informal so please just be yourself and come dressed in your 'normal' clothes.

Will I have to join in?

Not at all!  You are free to simply observe or participate as much as feels comfortable for you.  

I have more questions, how can I get in touch and ask them.

Please feel free to contact us.
If you want to know who works in the church office, check out our Staff and Leadership page!