Early in the 1980's, God gave current Pastors Earl and Jill Wright a vision for a full service ministry in Sorrento. And so Sorrento Christian Center was established in 1985.
In September 2000, we moved into our 6000 sq.ft. sanctuary beautifully seated facing C.R. 437 North. And in 2004 we purchased the adjoining 10 acres making our total property 15 acres,. Over the years, God has blessed us and brought wonderful people into our ministry that we now consider part of our extended family.We pride ourselves in being a loving, family oriented church. We are a part of the Body of Christ and strive to operate in that fashion. We teach "Kingdom" principles and the Holy Bible in its entirety.
The Lord Jesus Christ - We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ as the only begotten Son of God. We believe in His substitutionary death for all men. His resurrection, and His eventual return to judge the world.
Salvation - We believe all men are born with a sinful nature and that the work of the Cross was to redeem man from the power of sin. We believe that this is available to all who will receive.
The Holy Spirit -We believe in the existence of the Holy Spirit as the third person of the Trinity and in His interaction with man. We believe in the baptism of the Holy Spirit as manifested by the fruit and the gifts of the Spirit
Sorrento Christian Center's sole existence is founded on individuals growing warmer through fellowship deeper through discipleship
stronger through worship broader through ministry and larger through evangelism.
And through these we can continue to reach out to
people and be a positive presence in our community.
The Sacred Scripture -We believe in the scripture as the inspired Word of God and that it is the complete revelation of God's will for mankind. We believe in the absolute authority of the scripture to govern the affairs of man.
Stewardship-We believe that every man is the steward of his life and resources which ultimately belong to God. We believe that tithing is a measure of obedience to the scriptural principles of stewardship.
The Church-We believe in the Church as the eternal and universal Body of Christ consisting of all those who have accepted the work of the atonement. We believe in the need for local assembly of believers for the purpose of evangelization and edification.