Our Beliefs

Our doctrine is simple; we just want to follow Jesus like Christians did in the New Testament. We believe Jesus paid the debt of sin on the cross and has offered everyone salvation in his name and membership in his church. When one truly believes in Jesus, repents of their sin, surrenders their life to his Lordship, and is baptized into Christ, they are saved by his grace. They should then live their life for his glory and his purposes, according to his Word.

I am new – what to expect

It is never easy to visit a new church for the first time. We want to make your first experience a good one. Here’s an overview of what you can expect on a typical Sunday.

What should I wear?
A few people dress up, but most people choose to dress down and come casual. Come the way that you feel most comfortable.

Do I need to bring anything with me?
Our Sunday services always include reading scripture aloud. We do suggest bringing a Bible with you so that you can read along as the minister is speaking. You can either use a hard-copy paper Bible, or use an app or Bible website on your mobile device.

What time should I get there?
We recommend arriving about 10 minutes prior to the start of worship (by 10:20am).

What is a normal Sunday service like?
Sunday services normally last about 75 minutes. Below is a walk-through of what you can expect on a typical Sunday:

  • WORSHIP: We kick off our Sundays with singing.  This will include upbeat music, as well as more intimate, slower songs. Everyone worships in their own unique way – for many, that means singing & clapping, and for others it means quietly reflecting on the words. 
  • OFFERING: Following communion, we will pass tray offerings. As a guest, please do not feel any pressure to give. This is an act of worship for our regular attenders, allowing them to thank God for all of the great work he is doing in their lives.
  • THE MESSAGE (SERMON): Every weekend you will hear a relevant, straightforward message that is based on Scripture and is designed to be helpful in your everyday life. Our hope is that these messages will help you develop a growing, vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ and provide a strong biblical foundation for your life.
  • COMMUNION: The centerpiece of our Sundays. During our weekly communion, our members focus their thoughts on Jesus and reflect on His death and resurrection. Following a short reading of scripture, there is a time of silent prayer while the trays are passed. Visitors are also welcome to take communion  with us. Normally, we use matzoh crackers to represent the Body of Christ and grape juice for the Blood of Christ (poured into individual plastic cups).  

What about kids?

During the sermon a Church member will organize a children’s class that will allow them to have a great group time.

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