We are a diverse group of people (ethnically, economically, socially, etc.). Yet, we are united by and in Christ (Galatians 3:26-28; Colossians 3:11). We are united in seven ways (Ephesians 4:4-6); one body, one Spirit, one hope, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father. We are united by our desire to go to heaven and to help others get there.
We are completely un-denominational. We want to be Christians only, nothing more and nothing else. We are not hyphenated Christians. We are an autonomous congregation (1 Timothy 3; Titus 1).
We have no book but the Bible. We believe that the apostles were guided into all truth (John 16:13). Therefore, there is no need for man-made creed books. Any creed book containing more than the Bible is objectionable because it does contain more than the Bible. Any creed book containing less than the Bible is objectionable because it does contain less than the Bible. Any creed book differing from the Bible is objectionable because it does differ from the Bible. Any creed book exactly like the Bible is needless since we already have the Bible.
We take seriously the truth that we should do all things in love (1 Corinthians 13:1-ff; 16:14; Ephesians 4:15). In matters of faith, there should be unity; in matters of opinion, there should be liberty, but, in all things, there should be love.
Worship in the New Testament consists of five distinct acts (see below). We seek to worship God in spirit and in truth (John 4:24).
It is not uncommon for one to feel a bit apprehensive when visiting a new place. It is unfamiliar. One is unsure what to expect. Let us remove some of the unknown. Let us walk through a typical assembly. We want you to know what to expect so that you may feel comfortable when visiting us.
The Setting: We meet in a church building for convenience sake. The church is the people. We could meet anywhere. However, we do meet in a building for convenience sake. As you enter the auditorium, you will see rows of pews. There are no reserved seats, so feel free to sit anywhere you wish.
Bible Classes: We have Bible classes on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings for all ages. If you have children, we will help you find the appropriate class for your children to attend. There is also a ladies class on Wednesday evenings.
Most of the teachers allow time for the students to ask questions, make comments, and discuss scriptures. Speak up at that time if you wish. However, you can just listen if you choose.
Sunday mornings, the classes start prior to the auditorium assembly. They last about 45 minutes and we hold classes for all age groups.
Wednesday evenings, the classes start following an auditorium assembly. We meet in the auditorium for about 15 minutes for announcements, songs, a short devotional lesson and prayer. Then, we break up into our classes, which last about 45 minutes.