Who We Are...
 Many people are reluctant to visit someplace if they don’t know what to expect when they get there. We wish to help you know what to expect when you visit us. 
We Are Simply Christians We wear no other name. We are members of the Lord’s body, just as the believers in the first century were (Acts 11:26; 1 Peter 4:16; Ephesians 1:22, 23; Colossians 1:18; Romans 16:16). The church of Christ is not a denomination. The church does not follow human creeds, disciplines or manuals. To truly be a follower of Christ, one must follow only the teachings of the New Testament. Following the teachings of various denominations and their human creeds, disciplines and manuals can never make one a New Testament Christian. 
We are not governed or legislated by any man or group of men. We have no one to answer to but Christ. He is at the head of the church (Ephesians 1:22) which leaves no room for any human head. 
Our Emphasis is Spiritual If you have seen our meeting place, it should be obvious that we place little emphasis upon luxurious or fancy surroundings. Our meeting place is just that: a place to meet. The church is not a building. The church is the called out body of believers. We meet together to worship God, not impress others with a fancy building. Since our emphasis is spiritual, the church (the called out body of believers) is not a social club or agency, a networking group, or a place to have sports teams. None of these things is in keeping with the simple teachings of Christ.
 What to Expect at our Assemblies Our assembled worship is simple, spiritual and orderly. Absent is the frenzied emotionalism so common in churches today. 
We sing (Colossians 3:16). The whole congregation, not choirs, soloists or any other special groups. Since there is no evidence in the early church or in the teachings of the New Testament, we do not use mechanical instruments to accompany the singing. 
We pray (1 Timothy 2:1). The congregation is led in prayer by one of the men in the assembly. We pray not only to praise and thank God, but also to ask for our needs and the needs of others. 
We take the Lord’s Supper (Acts 20:7). This is a memorial instituted by Christ and observed every week on the first day of the week. 
We give (1 Corinthians 16:1). The members contribute a portion of their finances once a week to support the work of the church. This is the only example given in the New Testament for a congregation to gather funds. No raffles, bingos, yard sales, or any other money-making operation is authorized. 
We study (Acts 17:11). We will spend a time in study of God’s holy word, The Bible. This may be in a classroom setting, a man preaching a sermon, or more likely, both. 
If you have any questions about any of these topics or wish to find out more, please feel free to visit us. You can also contact us via email, phone or on Facebook. 

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