Our Assemblies

Our Assemblies

What should you expect when you visit our assemblies?

You'll find a friendly group of christians gathered to worship God "in spirit and in truth," John 4:24. Our goal is to worship according to the simple pattern we find in the New Testament. 

We will study the Bible, and we encourage you to follow along in your own Bible to make sure that what we're teaching is true. This is accomplished through Bible classes and sermons. On Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, we have Bible classes for all ages. Ask a member and we can point you and your children to the appropriate class.

We will sing, and we encourage you to join us in our singing. We don't ask for beautiful performances, we ask for eveyone to "sing make melody with your heart to the Lord," Ephesians 5:19.

We will pray, praising God and seeking His favor. 

On Sundays, we will partake of the Lord's Supper, a time when we remember and proclaim Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection. 

Also on Sundays, we will freely give back to support the work of the church. Visitors are not asked to give anything; we're just glad you're here!

What should I wear?

Our members will be dressed in various ways - some wear a suit and tie or a nice dress, others will be wearing blue jeans. We believe that everyone should be shown the same respect and honor, regardless of their clothes, just as we learn in James 2:1-7. We only ask that you dress modestly. 

What should I bring?

Bring an open heart and an open Bible, if you have one. If you don't have a Bible, don't worry! We have Bibles available for you to use. Or, feel free to use a Bible app on your smartphone or tablet. 

Other information

Parking is available on the street. A covered drive for dropping people off on rainy days is available on South Sehorn Street. 

Our front entrance requires the use of stairs. If you need a wheelchair or walker accessible entrance, please use the side door on South Sehorn Street located under the metal awning.