Every church is different. Each has its own points of emphasis (1 Corinthians 12:4-6).
When you arrive you will see that God has provided us with a functional building, suited for our needs. It is clean but not elaborate. We feel no need for extravagant trappings or decorations; choosing rather to spend what is necessary on the building so that the rest of our funds can be devoted to gospel outreach.
We trust you were made to feel welcome when you first came to visit. At the same time, we do not call upon or publicly identify our visitors. We want them to feel a part of the group not singled out or embarrassed by a great deal of attention.
There are many different ways to praise the Lord in music and in song. We have chosen to use the congregational singing of traditional hymns, played and sung in a conservative fashion. It is our belief that this style of music allows for greater participation by men and women of all ages and lends itself to more rapid memorization of these songs of faith. The depth and quality of the lyrics, and their ability to teach Biblical truth to the singer is another important reason why we use this style of music.
You will soon notice our emphasis is on the Bible. Whether you hear the pastor, one of our gifted members, or a guest speaker, there will be a consistent and faithful presentation of what the Bible says. Every effort will be made to help you understand the words of the Lord and to encourage you to apply their truths to your day to day life.
After our meetings formally close, it is not unusual for people to linger for hours, enjoying the company of true friends. Life-long relationships are made and strengthened in these after-church fellowship sessions. Boys and girls have a grand time playing in the church yard and adults discuss the joys and struggles of the Christian life.