Who are we?
We are a group of baptized believers who strive to follow the same path to God found in the New Testament. Our mission centers around teaching those seeking to learn God’s word and encouraging one another in spiritual growth.
Why do we believe?
We believe that Jesus was the Christ, the fulfillment of God’s plan to bring salvation to man, and we exist as a church to carry out the Savior’s work.
If you are a first-time visitor:
We meet together on each first day of the week, Sunday, for the purpose of worshiping God and encouraging one another.
At 9:00 am - We have Bible classes for all.
A Bible study for adults is held in the auditorium. A young adult Bible study and classes for children, each tailored to their age, are held in classrooms downstairs.
At 10:00 am - We gather together to worship God.
During the worship assembly, we sing hymns, pray, take the Lord's Supper, read Scripture, an opportunity is given for members to contribute financially to meet the physical needs of the work here is offered, and we preach from the Bible. Our worship service is patterned after the examples we have in the New Testament (Acts 2:42).
These are joyful but solemn times when we can draw strength from each other while we praise the Lord. These gatherings are directed by biblical teaching and examples. By this approach we know that our worship is acceptable to God. We are not interested in entertaining nor drawing a crowd but honoring our Savior who died for us.
Believing that there are roles and areas for each member to serve, various Christians will lead in these activites and the entire audience is invited to participate in the worship.
We meet for a midweek Bible Study every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. At this time we have Bible classes for adults and children of all ages.