What to Expect

We welcome you to visit us. We want you to feel comfortable, but we know an unfamiliar place can be a little intimidating. So, let us tell you what you can expect when you honor us with a visit.

Our worship services are patterned after the practices of the first-century church. In scripture we find five basic elements of New Testament worship; the weekly observance of the Lord's Supper, prayer, a cappella singing, preaching, and giving to support the work of the church.

If you are not familiar with churches of Christ, you are probably unaware of two elements in which we differ from most other religious groups; singing without musical instruments and taking of the Lord’s Supper every week. We practice these two elements like this because scripture clearly defines these practices.

We conduct worship services in the “auditorium.” You will find rows of pews for the worshippers. There are no reserved seats, so feel free to sit anywhere you choose. Many of our members will come and introduce themselves to you and welcome you to our services. You are welcome to participate, but don't feel obligated. You may be asked to fill out a “Visitor's Card.” This will allow us to write or call upon you. Please feel free to decline this request. We do not have a strict dress code, and if you were to describe our clothing style, it would be modest. You will also notice only men lead in the public worship of the church.

If you hear, or see, anything you do not understand, feel free to ask questions. We would be more than happy to speak to you about our beliefs and practices.