Please Visit With Us!

Many people are hesitant to attend Bible study or worship service at an unfamiliar church because they do not know what to expect when they visit. The following information is given so that any apprehension you might have in visiting this congregation of Christians will be removed. We want you to feel comfortable with your visit and to be encouraged and edified by the Bible classes and worship service.

Expect a warm welcome and a friendly atmosphere. You may already know some of our members from the community. They will be glad to see you. Others who do not know you will introduce themselves to you. All visitors will be shown courtesy and kindness and never will be singled out, called on, or embarrassed in any way. All people, regardless of their race, religious affiliation, or lack of religious affiliation are our honored guests. The Lord does not show favoritism and neither do we, for we all are to be one in Christ Jesus (Galatians 3:26-28).

Don't expect to find perfect people without sin; there are none in any church (Romans 3:23). The members at this congregation understand it is only by the grace of God that any of us can be saved from the eternal wrath of God (Ephesians 2:8). What you will find is a group of people who, because of the grace of God, are seeking to walk in the good works of God and do those things that He has commanded (Ephesians 2:10).

Our worship is simple and orderly, for God whom we worship is not a God of confusion (1 Corinthians 14:33). If you attend one of our Bible study times you will find us singing some songs together, being led in prayer, and being led in Bible study in such a way as to know more about God, His will, and His love for mankind. We want to be pleasing to God and know that the way to do that is through an understanding of His will (Ephesians 5:17).

In the worship service you will find us doing the same things that the New Testament Christians did when they assembled together. We will sing together (Colossians 3:16) and we will pray together offering our thanks to God and making our needs known to Him (Philippians 4:6). We will partake of the Lord's Supper, remembering the sacrifice He made for our sins (1 Corinthians 11:23-26). We will give a contribution of our blessings to support the work the Lord has given us to do (1 Corinthians 16:1). No solicitation of funds from visitors will ever be requested. This is for the members of this congregation so that we will be able to carry out the Lord's work as is taught in the New Testament. And we will listen to the preaching and teaching of the gospel (Acts 20:7) so that we might understand how God wants us to live.

Please come be our honored guest as we assemble together to worship and praise our God according to the pattern revealed to us in the New Testament.