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We are a congregation of people from different walks of life seeking to worship after the pattern set forth in the scriptures, with no head but Christ.


We have a strong desire for greater knowledge of the word of God in which the study of the Bible is encouraged in numerous ways.

23 But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and truth: for such doth the Father seek to be his worshippers. 24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship in spirit and truth. (John 4:23-24).

The bible tells us how we are to worship according to His Will.


The Lord’s supper or communion (1 Corinthians 10:16) consists of two things: (1) unleavened bread (without yeast) and (2) the fruit of the vine (grape juice). The purpose of the Lord’s Supper is to bring to our remembrance the sacrifice of the body and blood of Jesus on the cross for our sins (Matthew 26:26-29).


We must be very careful when we partake of the communion that we  partake in a worthy manner (1 Corinthians 11:23-30). Christians are to eat the the Lord’s Supper every first day of every week (Acts 20:7).


Prayers offered to God are to be a part of our public worship as well as our private daily devotions.

There are many examples and precepts concerning prayer in the New Testament (1 Timothy 2:1-2, 8; Philippians 4:6, etc.). In our prayers to God we give thanks and praise His name. In our prayers we can pray for our needs and for the needs of others. Jesus gave us a “model” prayer in Matthew 6:5-15. He did not intend for us simply to repeat this prayer by rote, but gave it as an example by which we could pattern our own prayers. Jesus Christ is our mediator and high priest. Therefore, our prayers must be addressed to God in the name of Jesus (John 16:23; 1 Timothy 2:5; Hebrews 4:14-16; 1 John 2:1-2).


God has commanded us to teach His Word (Matthew 28:19-20). Both saved and sinners need to be taught. Therefore, a lesson from the Bible is one of the acts of worship in which Christians are to engage (Acts 2:42). We must learn God’s Word so that we can grow stronger in Christ, teach others, and overcome false teachings (1 Peter 2:1-2; 2 Timothy 2:2; 4:1-5). This is a very important part of our worship and must never be overlooked.


Giving of our means is a part of our worship to God. This is the way Christ’s church gets the necessary funds to do its work. God has given us the perfect plan for giving (1 Corinthians 16:2). We are told who is to give, Let each one of you. We are told when we are to give, on the first day of the week.


We show our love for God when we give cheerfully and willingly, as we have prospered, to Him (2 Corinthians 9:7).


Christians are commanded to praise God in song (Colossians 3:16). The kind of music God commanded for His church is vocal music only, that is, singing. There is no command or example anywhere in the New Testament for the use of mechanical instrumental music in Christian worship. God has told us what He wants.  

We are to make melody in our hearts (Ephesians 5:19), the instruments made by God, not instruments made by man! Neither has God commanded us to have special singers in our worship such as choirs. The purpose of our worship to God is not to entertain ourselves. Therefore, what we do in worship is not based on that which appeals to our physical senses, but must be based upon what pleases God!

it is impossible for a Christian not to worship God as we understand God’s greatness, His glory, majesty, wisdom, and strength, and reflect upon His infinite mercy in giving His only begotten Son to save us from our sins.


We will want to offer up our praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips which make confession to his name (Hebrews 13:15) and be baptized into his name for the remission of our sins (Acts 2:38).

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