Assemblies

We love God and we love to join together in meaningful and vibrant worship. We hope you will take the time to join us on Sunday Morning, also. Classes start at 9:00a and the worship assembly at 10:15a. Here is what you can expect to find when you visit our worship assembly.

We sing praises. The New Testament encourages Christians to sing (Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16), and we love to sing as a congregation—every person is encouraged to join in the praise. As with most churches of Christ, our heritage is rooted in acappella music, meaning we sing without instruments.

We pray to God. The scriptures encourage believers to pray (1 Timothy 2:1; James 5:16). We believe strongly in the power of prayer, both as individual disciples and as a church family.

We study from the Bible. Christians are disciples (i.e., student-followers) of Jesus Christ, and students are always learning. Through regular and planned Bible teaching, we learn truths from scripture and encourage one another to greater spiritual devotion.

We observe the Lord's Supper. Jesus shared a memorial meal with his disciples on the night before his death (Matthew 26:26–28), and early Christians continued to share a similar meal with one another (1 Corinthians 11:23–28). Each Sunday, we share the communion meal of bread and grape juice in memory of Jesus, our Lord.

We make a financial offering. The New Testament encourages Christians to share their financial gifts for the support of ministry and the care of the impoverished (1 Corinthians 16:1–2; 2 Corinthians 8–9). Every Sunday morning, we take up a freewill offering at the close of the assembly.