Meeting Times

Sunday Morning at 10:45 a.m. and Sunday Evening at 6:00 p.m.

What to expect when attending a Sunday Morning Worship Service

Prayer and Welcome

The service often begins with one of our members or minister greeting the congregation and leading us in prayer to God.

Singing

The music we offer up to God is acappella, that is singing without the accompaniment of musical instruments.  The New Testament teaches us that God wants to hear the melody of our hearts as we worship in spirit and in truth.  If you wish to join with us, you can use a hymnbook from a book rack near you or watch the large screen at the front of the auditorium.

Preaching and Teaching

Since we believe in the priesthood of all believers, you will notice that the preacher will not be using any ecclesiastical vestments to set him apart.  Also, we call him by his first name, Alex, instead of using titles such as Reverend or Pastor. The sermon, which is based upon the Bible, usually lasts about 25 to 30 minutes.  We use the end of the sermon as an expedient time to invite those who desire to make a commitment to Christ to let that be known.  You will not be singled out in any way.

Praying

There will be several prayers offered during the service.

Offering

Baskets will be passed throughout the congregation to collect a freewill offering to God.  We do not expect you to make any donation.  Feel free to just pass along the basket to the person next to you.  You may also drop in
your filled out visitor card.  You can find a visitor card in the back of the pew ahead of you.

Lord’s Supper

We participate in the Lord’s Supper *every *Sunday just as the early Christians did.  During this memorial of Christ’s death, plates will be passed throughout the congregation with unleavened bread to remind us of Jesus’ body.  Each participant will break off a small piece of bread and eat it.  Trays containing small cups with grape juice to represent His blood will also be passed.  Those participating will drink one of the cups and return it to the tray. If you choose not to participate, don’t be embarrassed, just pass the tray or plate to the person next to you.


Sunday Morning at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday Evening at 7:00 p.m.

Various Topics

April 16th, 2017 Admin The Bible class on Sunday mornings predominantly tailored to our young adults/young professionals is currently taught by our minister Alexander Tullis. Please be assured that everyone is welcome, regardless of age, so feel free to drop by and attend. Alexander is also always accepting questions and/or requests for topics you would like to hear him…

Hebrews

April 2nd, 2017 Admin Our Bible classes for adults on Wednesday night are currently taught by our minister, Alexander Tullis. Please feel free to drop by and attend as we explore the letter to the Hebrews for profound truths that still very much apply to our lives in this day and age!

Ephesians – the Letter on Relationships

August 2nd, 2016 Admin The Sunday morning Adult Bible Study in the Fellowship Hall is currently focusing on Paul’s letter to the church at Ephesus.  The study is led by co-teachers, Brothers Dale Wilhite and Doug Threet.   Our study lessons center around 16 themes, as shown below.  Due to the number of verses, several of the themes have more…