What to expect when you visit with us…

We meet for Sunday morning Bible classes at 9:45 each week. There are classes available for all ages. We assemble on Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. for our weekly worship services. On Wednesday evenings, we assemble at 7:00 for Bible study. Again, there are classes for all ages.

All of our services are also available online. Each service is streamed live on both YouTube and Facebook. Each lesson is also archived on our YouTube channel and on this website (in written, audio, and video format).


Bible Classes:

We meet for Bible study on Sunday mornings at 9:45 and on Wednesday evenings at 7:00. We assemble in the auditorium for a period of singing, Scripture reading (on Sunday’s), and prayer. Following this we separate into classes based upon age. An adult class remains in the auditorium. Bible study lasts for about 30 minutes. When classes end on Sunday, there is a 10 – 15 minute break before we assemble again for worship. On Wednesday, following our classes we meet again in the auditorium for a brief devotional, announcements, singing, and closing prayer.

Worship Services:

We assemble for two worship services each Sunday. The morning service begins at 10:45. The evening service time changes with daylight saving time. During daylight saving time (Spring and Summer months) we meet at 6:00. During standard time (Fall and Winter months) we meet at 5:00.

We participate in the five authorized acts of New Testament worship in an orderly fashion (John 4:24; 1 Corinthians 14:40).

Singing: Each service begins with the singing of several songs that praise God and teach the Truth (Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16). On Sunday morning, our singing is directed by one man. On Sunday evenings, several men of the congregation will lead us in one song each. Singing is congregational – everyone is invited and encouraged to participate. Singing is a capella – without the addition of any mechanical instruments of music. {God has authorized only one type of music in New Testament worship – vocal singing. There is no authority for the use of any other kind of music in worship (Eph. 5:19; Col. 3:16; Heb. 2:12).}

Prayer: Along with our singing, we pause for a time of prayer. One of the men of the congregation will lead and direct our thoughts in praying to Almighty God (1 Timothy 2:8; Acts 2:42). We also close out each service with a prayer.

Preaching: After singing and praying, we open the Bible to study together from the Word of God. The preacher will deliver a sermon as the congregation follows along with the lesson. For most sermons, outlines are made available either in the bulletin or as a handout. It is important that everyone participates in the study of Scripture (Acts 20:7; Romans 1:15; 10:14-15; 1 Corinthians 1:21; 2 Timothy 4:2). At the sermon’s end, the preacher will invite anyone who needs to make a public response to do so. {This provides an opportunity for one who has decided to become a Christian by obeying the Gospel to act. If someone makes this decision, their baptism into Christ for the remission of sins will follow (Acts 2:38; 8:36-38; 22:16). It also allows a Christian who is in need of prayer to make a public confession and to request the prayers of the congregation.} Thus, a song is sung immediately following the sermon. During the singing of that song, any public response can be made.

Lord’s Supper: The partaking of the Lord’s Supper (or, communion) is a vital part of our worship each Lord’s day (Acts 20:7; 1 Corinthians 11:23-28). Before this act of worship, we sing a song that helps to focus our minds upon the death of Jesus upon the cross – to be remembered during the Lord’s Supper. There will be a prayer giving thanks for the bread, that will then be distributed to the congregation. There will be another prayer giving thanks for the fruit of the vine, which will then be served to the church. Each person partakes of these emblems according to the dictates of their own conscience – examining themselves before the Lord. {On Sunday evenings, the congregation does not partake of the Lord’s Supper again. However, it is offered for those who were unable to partake of it during the morning service. If there are those who wish to do so, it will be served to them, and not to the entire congregation.}

Giving: After the Lord’s Supper is concluded, there will be an opportunity to contribute monetarily to the Lord’s church. Giving is both a duty and a privilege (1 Corinthians 16:1-2; 2 Corinthians 8:7-9; 9:6-7). However, it is not expected of those who are visitors to our services. During this time, those who served the Lord’s Supper will pass collection plates among the congregation, into which contributions may be placed.

Closing: Following these acts, there will be a brief time for announcements that affect the congregation. After the announcements are made, we will sing a final song. Then, our service will be dismissed with a word of prayer.

We want anyone who visits with us to feel welcome and comfortable. If you have any questions about our services, feel free to contact us using the form on this site or at our email address. You may also like to watch one of our worship services. Our livestreams are archived on both our YouTube and Facebook pages. We hope to see you soon!