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THE CHURCH OF CHRIST IS the spiritual body of Christ (Colossians 1:18). It is not a building, nor is it a humanly devised organization. The members of this spiritual institution did not join it as one would join a social club. When each one rendered obedience to God’s plan of salvation, they were saved by His grace and added by the Lord to the church (Acts 2:47). God’s plan includes hearing the good news that Christ died for our sins and rose again, faith in Christ, repentance of sins, confession of faith in Christ, baptism (Mark 16:16; Acts 2:38; Matthew 10:32; Romans 6:3-4), and then to live a faithful life unto death (Matthew 24:13).


There is but one body of Christ and each member contributes a vital part in the functioning of the body under the guidance of Christ Jesus, its head (Acts 4:12). The mission of the church is to proclaim the “good news” of Christ to edify spiritually every member of the church and to do good unto all men. Followers of Christ in the first century were called “Christian, members of the church, and the body of Christ, with the New Testament as its guide.


WHEN YOU VISIT THE CHURCH OF CHRIST you can expect to be treated as an honored guest. Every effort

will be made to see that you are comfortable and that you are spiritually edified by the worship service. Our purpose is to be governed in all things by the Bible alone. Hence, our worship consists only of those elements which were part of the worship of the

We come together on the first day of the week to worship God in spirit and in truth as did the first century Christians (John 4:24).

  1. The Lord’s Supper is observed as a memorial to the death of Christ and to remember His promise to come again (I Corinthians 11:24-26).

  2. God’s name is glorified in acapella singing of hymns of praise.

  3. Our minds are united in prayer to the Father (Ephesians 5:19-20).

  4. Members are honored to give an offering to support the works of the Church (I Corinthians 16:1-3).

  5. Scriptures are read, and the preaching is relevant and Christ-centered.

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