We want to extend to you and your family an invitation to be a part of our Bible classes and worship periods.
We are a non-denominational body of Christians and our only rule of faith and practice is the Bible. We are dedicated to a life of studying the Word of God (2 Timothy 2:15), teaching others the Word of God (Matthew 28:19-21; Mark 16:15-16), growing in the knowledge of God (2 Peter 3:18), and living a life according to the doctrine of Christ (2 John 9-11).
If you are looking for a church where Christ’s Gospel is proclaimed and men and women strive to please God by worshiping Him in Spirit and in Truth (John 4:24), then please come visit soon!
Worship is a privilege which God has given us to express our deep adoration for His love, mercy, and power. We take seriously the opportunity we have to worship together. It is our pleasure to invite you to these services. We want you to know what we are doing in these periods of worship.
At the opening of our services one of the men of the congregation will stand before the church and make announcements.
After the announcements, a prayer will be offered by one of the men, as he leads and directs all of our thoughts together (1 Timothy 2:1-4).
After the prayer we begin our worship with singing. The New Testament teaches us to sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to edify each other and glorify God and Christ (Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16). The song leader will announce the selections and you can find them in our book, Hymns For Worship.
The Lord’s Supper (sometimes called communion) will be offered to all Christians in memory of the death and sacrifice of Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 11:23-26).
A collection will be taken from our members as a means of supporting the work of the church. Early Christians did this each Sunday as well (1 Corinthians 16:1,2). Visitors are under no obligation to contribute.
A sermon will be preached that exalts the Word of God above the will of man. The speaker will point us to scriptures from the Word of God (2 Timothy 3:16, 17). You are encouraged to use your own Bible to follow along. At the conclusion of the sermon, anyone wishing to become a Christian or those who desire prayer will be given the opportunity to come forward.
At the close of our services we engage in a word of prayer once again. After this prayer, we dismiss.
On Sunday afternoon, the same pattern is followed with the exception of the Lord’s Supper, which is offered after the sermon to those Christians who were not in attendance that morning.
Now that you know what to expect at our services, we hope you will come and visit with us soon!