We teach and seek to walk out biblical truths in our daily lives. We are a Foursquare Gospel Church. What is that? To put it simply, we are followers of Christ and believe four central things about Christ. We believe that He is our Savior, Our Healer, Our Baptizer with the Holy Spirit, and Our Soon-Coming King.
The term "Foursquare Gospel" came about during an intense revival in the city of Oakland, Calif., in July 1922. To a crowd of thousands, Aimee Semple McPherson explained Ezekiel's vision in the book of Ezekiel, chapter one. Ezekiel saw God revealed as a being with four different faces: a man, a lion, an ox and an eagle. To Sister Aimee, those four faces were like the four phases of the gospel of Jesus Christ. In the face of the man, she saw Jesus our Savior. In the face of the lion, she saw Jesus the mighty Baptizer with the Holy Spirit and fire. In the face of the ox, she saw Jesus the Great Burden-Bearer, who took our infirmities and carried our sicknesses. In the face of the eagle, she saw Jesus the Coming King, who will return in power and victory for the church. It was a perfect, complete Gospel.
It was a Gospel that faces squarely in every direction; it was the “Foursquare Gospel.” The four symbols perhaps most identified with Foursquare today are the cross, cup, dove and crown which stand for Jesus the Savior, Jesus the Healer, Jesus the Baptizer with the Holy Spirit, and Jesus the Soon-Coming King, respectively.
Foursquare started in revival that later developed into a denomination to help facilitate the mission of sharing Christ in the world and working inter-denominationally with other who believe and exalt Jesus as Lord. For addition information and a list of our beliefs go to our main denominational website here: