With regard to beliefs and theology we identify most closely with the Reformed tradition as laid out in the Westminster Confession of Faith.  The Reformed tradition mainly centers around five accents often referred to as the “solas” from the Latin word for alone and are in reference to how man is rescued from sin and misery.  They are “scripture alone” (sola scriptura), by “grace alone” (sola gratia), through “faith alone” (sola fide), in “Christ alone” (solus Christus), and to “the glory of God alone” (soli deo gloria).