BCC’s main focus is to further the Christian faith among all peoples according to BCC’s basis of faith, and teach those who want to, to keep all Jesus’ commandments, Matthew 28:18-20.
BCC believe in the Bible as the holy scriptures, given by the inspiration of God, and containing all that people need for their salvation. BCC has the Bible as its authority and basis for all it does.
BCC confess the Christian God as He is presented in the Bible. That means that:
We believe in one triune God and Father, the creator of all things, both the visible and invisible.
We believe in His only Son Jesus Christ, true God and true man, conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the virgin Mary in human flesh and blood, blameless in life, crucified and died for our sins, raised for our justification, our intercessor and advocate with the Father, who one day will come back to the earth to judge the living and the dead.
We believe in the Holy Spirit, one with the Father and the Son, sent as a helper and power to us.
BCC agrees with the Nicene Creed and the Apostles’ Creed.
In 2019 BCC was granted observer status in Norges Kristen Råd (Norway’s Christian Council) and in connection with that began work to define our articles of faith.
The elders of BCC have started working on a major project to describe and elaborate on BCC’s articles of faith in a renewed format. This is planned to be completed during 2021.