"By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another." -- Jesus Christ
Who We Are

Christian Solidarity is a growing, transformational movement of churches and ministries towards biblical unity that, though we express ourselves in different ways, we are woven together by our Lord Jesus Christ.

Why This Is Critical To Participate In

We believe it is vital to participate in Christian Solidarity for the following reasons:
  • To answer Jesus' prayer in John 17:20-23 that the believers may be brought to growing unity with each other as He is one with God the Father.
  • To bring glory to God so that the world will know that Jesus was sent by God to show us what He is like.
  • To continue to make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace as Ephesians 4:3 tells us to do.
  • To build and encourage the body of Christ by administering God's grace in its various forms to one another.
  • To bring biblical unity among diverse cultural, theological, gender, and ethnic groups. By participating in this movement we firmly believe that Jesus will use it in all of our lives to continually transform us to reflect more of His heart.
Who Can Participate In This Initiative

Any church or ministry that affirms the following commitment and desires to fellowship with other like-minded churches and ministries that have the same heart for biblical unity.
A Commitment to Christian Solidarity

With a desire to embrace the heart of Jesusí prayer of John 17, and the burden of Paul, the Apostle, for Christian unity in 1 Corinthians 12, Ephesians 4, and Philippians 2 we make the following resolution. We commit ourselves, as a local body of Christ, to stand united in Christian Solidarity in relationship with other like-minded Christian churches in our community who absolutely affirm the following:
  • The Trinity, One God, three persons
  • Jesus Christ is Lord of all
  • The Bible alone is Godís Holy Word
  • Human nature is fallen and sinful
  • Salvation by grace alone
We will do this by displaying a statement of Christian Solidarity in the form of a sign, a banner, or a plaque, which will state the following:

One Church, One God
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