We are a non-denominational body of believers. Our goal is to be “Christians only.” Our membership is made up of many people from different backgrounds. The common faith we have in God and His Word keeps us together as a family.
Each individual church of Christ congregation is self-ruled and independent of other congregations. Worldwide, there are about 20,000 congregations of churches of Christ with a membership of around 3 million people. There are churches of Christ in every state in the US and in 109 other countries.
We worship God in “spirit and truth” (John 4:24). Careful study of the Bible reveals that items of worship observed by the church are singing, preaching, giving, praying, and partaking of the Lord’s Supper.
Our worship practice that usually sets us apart from most other churches is our acapella singing. We blend our voices together seeking to praise and glorify God.
Another place you may notice a difference between our church and other religious groups is weekly observance of Christ’s crucifixion. We follow the example of the early believers honoring Jesus every week by participating in this communion (Acts 20:7).
If you visit us, there may be a baptism. After study and prayer, an individual may be ready to be baptized for the remission of sin and salvation (Mark 16:16; Acts 2:38). When a person is baptized into Christ, he or she becomes a member of the church and continues in love and service to the Savior.
Since Christ died to save the whole world and the invitation to share in the saving grace is open to everyone (Acts 10:34-35), we do not believe that anyone is predestined for salvation or condemnation. To accept or reject Christ is a matter of choice.
We hope you choose to believe in Jesus and become a disciple of Christ. By obeying the gospel (Romans 1:5; 16:26) through repentance and baptism (Acts 2:38; Mark 16:16) we begin the new life in Christ.
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