When you visit, you can expect a warm and friendly greeting. The preaching, teaching, and all the actions of worship to be in accordance with God's word using book, chapter and verse, for everything said and done in the worship services. We will speak only where the Bible speaks, and be silent where the Bible is silent (1 Pet. 4:11). We would love to have you come and be our honored guest!
Our Worship Services
When you visit one of our Sunday services, you can expect to find a simple worship service that adheres to the teachings of the New Testament. When we assemble on every Lord’s Day (Acts 20:7; Rev. 1:10), which is Sunday, we will worship God by . . .
Praying: We are led in prayer by different men in our congregation (1 Tim. 2:1-8).
Singing: The whole congregation joins together in praising God in song without the use of musical instruments (Eph. 5:19; Col. 3:16). In case anyone is unfamiliar with one of the songs, the words are available in our songbooks.
Taking Communion: Every Sunday, we remember Christ’s death by eating unleavened bread and drinking fruit of the vine (Acts 20:7). We sit quietly for this act and reflect on God's love and mercy in allowing His Son to die on the cross, and Christ's willingness to endure such pain and agony for our salvation's sake.
Preaching: Simply defined, preaching is "the Gospel through personality," and each Sunday we have just that. One of our two preachers will stand before the congregation and guide our thoughts through a Scriptural and Scripture filled theme (Acts 2:42; Rom. 10:14). Each sermon will take a Bible passage and explain what it means and how it applies to our lives.
Giving: Each member of this congregation contributes weekly to the work of the church (1 Cor. 16:2). We do not ask or expect our visitors to give anything in the offering.
We have multiple Bible classes for every age. They are engaging and whether the classes study is textual or a topical, you can be assured that the Bible will be taught. The purpose of our Bible classes are not to entertain or babysit, but to grow in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.