About Our Church

Our services are conducted in a joyful and worshipful atmosphere. They are designed to draw worshipers closer to God and to provide enduring spiritual strength.

You can expect to find a group of Christians gathered to worship God in the same manner as did the Apostles and other Christians in the New Testament times. Since our purpose is to be governed in all things by the New Testament alone, our worship consists only of those elements which were a part of the worship of the New Testament Church.

You can expect to see us worship God through prayer, singing, partaking of the Lord's Supper, preaching and hearing the Word of God, and giving liberally of our means with a joyful heart for the spreading of the Gospel and the relief of the needy.

If you are already involved with a church family, we urge you to love it and support it. If not, we invite you to consider us. We do not promise you will find us perfect, but you will find that we preach and exalt One Who is perfect, God's Son, Jesus Christ.

Our source of authority in all religious matters is that which is found only in the inspired Scriptures. Therefore, we seek to be governed in faith, worship, organization and work by God's Holy Word. Since the Scriptures are sufficient for every need (II Timothy 3:16-17), our preaching and teaching contains only that which is put forth in the Bible.

The confusion and division in the religious world today is far different from the unity enjoyed by the early Christians, before traditions and distinctive names divided them. Believing such division to be contrary to the Scriptures, we have no denominational organization, name, creed, or doctrine. Following the teachings of Christ and His Apostles, we are known individually as Christians, and collectively as a Christian Church.

You visit us as a welcomed and respected guest. During the sermon, you may expect to hear the preacher entreat everyone to obey the Lord's commands, such as: Believe in Christ (John 8:24). Repent of sins (Luke 13:3). Confess Christ (Matthew 10:32), and be Baptized unto Christ for remission of sins (Mark 16:16; Acts 2:38). Likewise, you may hear him urge those who are already members of the church to continue faithfully in worshipping and serving the Lord as the New Testament directs.

At the close of the sermon, those wishing to become Christians, or seeking a church home, are invited to step to the front of the auditorium to let their wishes be known. But 'never is anyone singled out for public attention. People are simply urged from the pulpit to accept the Gospel and to yield to its call with deep spiritual conviction.

As our guest, you will always be treated with dignity and respect, and will never be put into any embarrassing position. Your feelings and honor really matter to us.

We truly hope you will accept our invitation to visit us soon. It will be our pleasure to have you. We sincerely believe you will be benefited by coming.