Each part of our worship follows the commands and examples found in the New Testament.  If you come to worship with us, here is what to expect:

Singing - Since we find no evidence in the New Testament of mechanical instruments to accompany singing, you will not find them in our worship.  We, as a group, together lift our voices to praise our great God.  (Ephesians 5:19)

Praying - Prayer is an essential part of our worship and our way of life.  We pray, not only to praise and thank God, but also to ask for our needs and the needs of others (1 Timothy 2:1-4).  

Preaching - Our lessons and sermons are designed to teach God’s word, nothing more and nothing less.  We make no claim for sensationalism – we have a simple, practical period of Biblical teaching and study.  (2 Timothy 4:2)

Lord’s Supper - Just like the church of the New Testament, we partake of Communion each first day of the week (Acts 20:7). This consists of unleavened bread and fruit of the vine as simple memorials of the precious body and blood of Jesus.  The death of our Savior brings life to us.

Giving - Giving is the responsibility of our members, not of our guests.  You will not be pressured for money any time you worship with us. We provide a time during our worship for each of the local members to give back to God each first day of the week (1 Corinthians 16:1-2).