What to Expect
First of all, you will not be pressured or purposely embarrassed. We hope that you will find that we are a friendly group. If you have any questions, please ask.
It is our intention to follow the pattern of worship authorized in the New Testament. We are seeking to worship God in Spirit and in Truth (John 4:23-24) as the disciples did in the first century.
- You will notice that we sing several songs during our worship to God (Ephesians 5:19). Everyone sings as an expression of their genuine love for God. We do not use instruments in worship. We simply use our voices and our hearts (Colossians 3:16). If you have never experienced this type of worship, you may be surprised at how heartfelt and uplifting it can be!
- We pray every time we come together (Acts 12:5). We offer prayers of praise and thanksgiving, in addition to praying for God's guidance in this life on earth. A brother in Christ will lead our thoughts, and we each pray from our hearts to our living, loving God.
- Every Sunday we offer the Lord’s Supper or communion (Acts 20:7). This is a time to specifically focus on Jesus’ death on the cross and the salvation He offers (1 Corinthians 11:23-26).
- We give a voluntary offering to the Lord each Sunday (1 Corinthians 16:1-2). This is done by passing a collection plate throughout the assembly. As our guest you are not expected to give, but if you choose to do so, please know that your gift will be used soley for the betterment of the Kingdom of God.
- We hear a lesson from God’s Word (Acts 17:11). The Bible is the foundation of our lives. We read from it every time we are together. The sermons are taken directly from Scripture with a focus on practical application in our daily lives.
We offer Bible classes on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings. Classes are available for all ages.