What to Expect

Visiting a new church can be intimidating.  We want you to feel comfortable when you visit us for worship services, so here is a brief summary of what you can expect from a typical service with us:


When you visit one of our Sunday services, you can expect to find a simple worship service that adheres to the teachings of the New Testament. When we assemble on every Lord’s Day (Acts 20:7, Revelation 1:10), which is Sunday, we will worship God by . . .
We are led by different men in our congregation (1 Timothy 2:1-8).

The whole congregation joins together in praising God in song by singing a capella, that is without musical instruments as the early church did in their worship (Ephesians 5:19, Colossians 3:16).  We find this type of praise to be uplifting, pure and beautiful, and we hope you will too.  Many of our guests join us in singing, while others simply prefer to listen as we worship Him.

Taking Communion:
Every Sunday, our members remember Christ’s death by eating unleavened bread and drinking fruit of the vine (Acts 20:7). We sit quietly for a few minutes and reflect on how wonderful it is that God loved us enough to give his own Son for us!

We will enjoy a Bible lesson that lasts about 30 minutes (Acts 2:42; Romans 10:14). On most Sundays, our preaching minister presents these lessons, though occasionally a guest speaker will guide our thoughts.

Our members contribute weekly/monthly to the work of the church (1 Corinthians 16:2). We do not ask or expect our guests to give anything in the offering.

Wednesday Night Bible Study

Every Wednesday night has been set aside for mid-week Bible study for the whole church and guests. You can expect the following schedule:

Bible classes are available for all ages. This time is used to study God’s Word, and to encourage each other in our daily walk with God. This normally lasts about 45 minutes.
We think there is tremendous value in gathering for Bible study and praise in the middle of our week; it gives a “spiritual boost” to our souls, and we think it will to yours too as you participate with us.

In all of our classes, you can expect to open the Bible so we can all study and grow in our faith. During these times, we also encourage one another (Hebrews 10:24-25) and help each other maintain that Christian light (Matthew 5:16) that shines for others during our work week.

Word of God

You can expect us to have a wholesome respect for the inspired word of God, the sole and complete authority.  Because we accept the Word of God as the all-sufficient rule of faith and practice, we reject all human creeds (Galatians 1:8-9; Revelation 22:18-19).