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Mission Statement
The People who are Tokyo Union Church have been called by God to bear witness to God's saving love in Jesus Christ our Lord.  In faithful obedience:

  • we worship the one, true and living God; 
  • we preach Christ crucified, the power of God unto salvation;
  • and by the power of the Holy Spirit we participate in and are supported by the Church's fellowship of love and prayer.

In celebration of one Lord, one faith, and one baptism, we are an international ecumenical, and English-speaking congregation.  We welcome into membership baptized Christians who profess Jesus Christ as the Son of God and Savior of sinners and who depend upon Him for salvation as He is offered in the Gospel.

We teach the spiritual truths contained in the Bible; we confess the Nicene and Apostles' Creeds; we engage in evangelism and mission to the world in the name of Christ; and we work in cooperation with other churches to further His Kingdom.

Our fellowship and mission owe all that they are to Jesus Christ.  He is the way, the truth and the life.  In the shadow of the cross, we confess our manifold need of His love and mercy.  In the light of His resurrection, we dedicate all that we are to the glory of His name.  Let the people sing to the Lamb: Alleluia!

Doctrine
This church recognizes the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be the unique and authoritative witness to Jesus Christ and God's Word in matters of faith and practice.  It also accepts the spiritual truths embodied in the Nicene and Apostles' Creeds as symbols of our union and the great universal body of Christians around the world and across the centuries.

This church takes cognizance of the various statements of faith and the convictions of conscience by which its members have made their professions and affirms the full freedom and responsibility of person interpretation under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

This church observes two Sacraments: Baptism in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit; and Holy Communion, which is open to all Christians.

Ecumenical Relations
As an interdenominational congregation, Tokyo Union Church maintains full fellowship with Christian bodies and fulfills its discipleship through cooperative efforts in Japan and around the world. It is a charter member of the National Christian Council of Japan and the Tokyo Ecumenical Council. This church recognizes ecumenical relationships with other church bodies in Japan, other international union churches around the world, and the World Council of Churches. It also recognizes a relationship with the Network of International Congregations as a point of contact for consultations, association with other international union churches, and mutual assistance.

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