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ABOUT US

WHAT WE BELIEVE

  1. The inspiration of The Bible: ​​We believe that The Bible, containing 66 books, is the divinely inspired word of God;is infallible; and should be the supreme and final authority in the faith and practices of Christians.

  2. The Holy Trinity: We believe in God’s eternal existence as the number one in the Holy Trinity of: The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit.

  3. The person of The Almighty God: We believe that God is supreme in His attributes;

DOCTRINAL STATEMENT

 

The Holy Bible:

We believe that the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible as the verbally inspired Word of God, and are inerrant in the original writings, and the final authority in faith and practice of the believers, as the case maybe.  

 

God:

We believe in one God who has no beginning and no end, the creator of the whole universe, everything in it, including the mankind, eternally existing in three Persons namely, The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit.

MISSION & VISION

 

Mission:

  • As commanded and instituted by Christ to his children, we worship the Living God Almighty and remember the Lord Jesus Christ every Sunday through the participation of The Table of the Lord.   

  • Study the Bible and put sincere effort to implement Biblical principles into practical Christian life.

  • Help raise children in Word of God through Sunday School classes every Sunday.

HISTORY OF KERALA BRETHREN

1872 

Mathai, a CMS Evangelist from Thirunalveli came to Kerala with a novel message in 1872. Anthony Norris Groves, who was one of the founder leaders of Brethren Movement in England, was the first Brethren Missionary to arrive in India. John Arulappan was one of his disciples. Mathai who was a disciple of Arulappan spoke of the death of Jesus Christ, His second coming and millennium regime in his messages. This paved way for the commencement of Brethren movement in Kerala, the place being known as God's own country.

1875 Yusthos Joseph alias Vidwankutty, a tamil Brahmin and CMS priest, along with his fellow brethren started preaching gospel in Kerala........