First church some of us went to -- top three -- no numbers beside them
We believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth. (Deut 6:4 , Gen1:1)
We believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son of God who is both true God and true man. We believe in his all sufficient sacrifice for sin by his death on the cross, his bodily resurrection, his ascension into heaven and his coming again in glory. (John 1:1-5 , Heb 4:14-15 , 1Cor 15:3-4, Acts 1:9-11 )
We believe in the Holy Spirit who is one with the Father and the Son in the Godhead. We believe that he indwells every Christian believer and is the source of our spiritual life, obedience to God and Christ like behaviour. (1Cor 2:10-13, John 14:16-17 , Rom 8:9-11 , 5-8)
The church we came from cite the Nicene Creed
Another church two of our members tried for a year. They don't have a statement but they do have this below:
"(church name) is a worshipping, witnessing community, faithful to the good news of Jesus Christ.
By God’s grace we are seeking to follow Jesus, eager to be joyfully sharing the gospel
and committed to serving others."
Top three of another we attended:
We believe that the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments were given by inspiration of God, and that they only constitute the Divine rule of Christian faith and practice.
We believe that there is only one God, who is infinitely perfect, the Creator, Preserver, and Governor of all things, and who is the only proper object of religious worship.
We believe that there are three persons in the Godhead - the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, undivided in essence and co-equal in power and glory.
Top three listed under Beliefs of another church we attended briefly
There is one God, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, a unity of three co-eternal Persons usually called the Trinity. God the Father is the Creator, Source, Sustainer, and Sovereign of all creation. God the eternal Son became incarnate in Jesus Christ, through Whom all things were created; the character of God is revealed; the salvation of humanity is accomplished; and the world is judged. God the Holy Spirit draws men and women to Himself and gives spiritual gifts to the Church.
Christ our Hope
In Christ's life of perfect obedience to God's will, His suffering, death, and resurrection, God provided the only means of atonement for human sin, so that those who by faith accept this atonement have eternal life.
The second coming of Christ is the blessed hope of the Church, the grand climax of the Gospel. His coming will be literal, personal, visible, and world-wide. When He returns the righteous dead will be resurrected and together with the righteous living will be glorified and taken to heaven. The unrighteous - those who have rejected divine grace - will die.
I'm not sure how many you want, we have tried quite a few churches. I'll give another two.
Under Vision and Values (no statements listed)
"World transformation begins with individual salvation. Transformed people transform society and we understand from the gospels that the best way this is achieved is through the breaking in of God’s kingdom into our lives; the signs of God's kingdom are healing, release from spiritual bondage, miracles, spiritual gifts and, most significantly, salvation. Salvation provides access to God, a place in his family, life after death and a role in his continuing mission on earth - that all peoples will know him and praise him eternally."
Last one. This is all they had in terms of a statement
We do not share a fixed set of beliefs and you do not need to be a (member) to worship with us at one of our meetings. (Our) faith is expressed through action and we are most widely known for our work for peace.
(My words replaced the church name)
3 of the churches we attended didn't have anything even closely related to statements or beliefs.
A Fairly mixed bunch.
Only posted because genesisone asked for a wider range of church beliefs and statements to see how many listed scripture above God and also to see if any could give us insight into the accusation that Protestants conflate The Word (Jesus), and the word of God (The Bible).