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Sunday morning Bible Study is available before worship for all ages - from the youngest to the oldest. Click for current Bible study options.


The Bible guides us by teaching and giving examples on how to conduct worship service to be pleasing to the Lord.  The elements of a typical worship service are below:


The Bible teaches us to pray (Colossians 4:2; Ephesians 6:18; Acts 2:42). During worship service, expect one of our Christian men to lead an opening prayer (near the beginning of worship) and a closing prayer (at the end of worship). Prayer is also offered before the Lord’s Supper and contribution. Additional prayers could be offered during the worship service for a member requesting our prayers.


The Bible teaches us to sing (Ephesians 5:18-20; Colossians 3:16). One of our Christian men will be the designated song leader for the worship service. Musical instruments are not used and everyone is encouraged to sing.  No authority is given or example found in the New Testament to use musical instruments.


The Bible teaches us to preach the Word of God and to study it and apply it (2 Timothy 4:1-2; James 1:21-22). One of our Christian men will stand before the congregation and proclaim a message from God’s Word. At the end of the lesson there will be an invitation.  The invitation is an opportunity for someone who desires to be become a Christian or ask for the prayers of the church to come forward with that request.


The Bible teaches Christians to partake of the Lord’s Supper (Matthew 26:26-29; 1 Corinthians 11:23-28). One of our Christian men will offer some thoughts to focus our minds on reflecting on our lives, what Jesus has done, and His return.  A prayer will be offered for the unleavened bread, which to the Christian, represents the body of Jesus that hung on the cross. A prayer will be offered for the fruit of the vine (grape juice) that represents the blood of Jesus. We partake of the Lord’s Supper every Sunday because of the example given to us in Acts 20:7. The Lord’s Supper is open to all New Testament Christians.


The Bible teaches us to give (1 Corinthians 16:1-2; 2 Corinthians 9:6-8). At the conclusion of the Lord’s Supper a prayer will be given for the offering. The money collected is used to further the work of the church such as mission work and benevolence. If you would like to know more about where the money is spent, see one of our elders.

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