The Jesus Fellowship Church, which is also known as the Jesus Army and includes the New Creation Christian Community, upholds the historic Christian faith, being reformed, evangelical and charismatic. It practises believer’s baptism and the New Testament reality of Christ’s Church; believing in Almighty God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit; in the full divinity, atoning death and bodily resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ; in the Bible as God’s word, fully inspired by the Holy Spirit.
This Church desires to witness to the Lordship of Jesus Christ over and in His Church; and, by holy character, righteous society and evangelical testimony to declare that Jesus Christ, Son of God, the only Saviour, is the way, the truth and the life, and through Him alone can we find and enter the kingdom of God.
This church proclaims free grace, justification by faith in Christ and the sealing and sanctifying baptism in the Holy Spirit.
The Jesus Fellowship upholds the historic creeds of the Christian faith: the Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed and the Athanasian Creed.
The Jesus Fellowship is part of the Multiply Christian Network, and is a member of the Evangelical Alliance UK. The Fellowship supports the Evangelical Alliance's Basis of Faith.
‘We Believe’ explores the biblical basis of the Jesus Fellowship's Christian beliefs, and is available as a free e-book
Other documents exploring aspects of the Jesus Fellowship’s belief and practice are also available as free downloads
A case study on the Jesus Army from ‘RE:Quest’, a religious education site
‘Who is Jesus?’ is an article from Jesus Army Streetpaper, exploring who Jesus was and is, and why it matters
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