Our worship is simple and based on what is taught in the New Testament. We will sing together. You will probably be familiar with some of the hymns, and are invited to join with us in the singing. Men in the congregation will lead in prayers. There will be a sermon, Christ centered and designed to teach and uplift all who are present. You are urged to take notes and check what you hear against what your Bible says. There is never any attempt to teach anything profound or mysterious, just simple Bible truths.
At the close of the sermon, those who wish to become Christians are invited to make this known by coming to the front of the assembly. There will be no singling out of visitors or anyone present. No one will be asked to raise their hand or stand. No one will go about the audience urging people to come forward. Neither the worship nor the invitation are designed to embarrass, but rather to teach.
During the worship, the Lord's Supper (or Communion) will be served by the men of the congregation. The New Testament teaches that Christians, or members of the Lord's church, are to do this on the first day of the week (Acts 20:7). If you do not wish to participate, you will not be asked or expected to do so. Also, a contribution will be taken, again because the church is commanded to do this on the first day of the week (1 Corinthians 16:2). As our guest, you are not asked or expected to give. Do not feel embarrassed to pass the container to your neighbor or the men serving.
Many have said, "Had I know it was like this, I would have come sooner." Come see for yourself. You will see in our worship how the early church worshipped 2000 years ago and you will be our honored guest.