We join together as the Body of Christ to continue our lifelong worship. Our worship extends beyond these walls as we live our lives sacrificially before God each day (Romans 12:1). As the Church, we assemble at this building (and other places) throughout the week to devote ourselves to biblical teachings, fellowship, communion, and prayer. If you join us on Sunday you will find us singing praises, earnestly praying, diligently studying, and sharing communion in our Lord's Supper (Acts 2:42, 1 Corinthians 11:23-24, Colossians 4:2). While this is an assembly of believers, we want you to know that you are welcome here!  


Just like God's word, our activities focus on our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Remembering, contemplating, and studying the plan of salvation through Jesus Christ is what all of our gatherings are centered around. Sunday, especially, our assembly is organized around the Lord's Supper as we remember the sacrifice made for our sins (Hebrews 9:26). The Lord's Supper is an opportunity to rightfully consider Christ's lasting reminder of his life and sacrifice each fulfilling God's covenant for the forgiveness of our sins. It is communion with God through Christ with fellow believers (1 Corinthians 11:20-34). From this centerpiece we sing praises, pray, and share a message stemming from this gift. 
We strive to share a message from God that is encouraging, yet revealing of God's nature and will in our lives. We continually share the plan of salvation by grace, through faith, in Christ available to all that believe, bury their old lives, and live a new life in Christ (John 1:12,13; 36:37-44; Romans 3:22-24; 6:1-7; John 3:5-8). We find that this saving grace of God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, sanctifies us by empowering us to do what is pleasing in God’s sight (Galatians 5:22-25). Yes, you will find a bunch of righteous people here, but it certainly isn't because we are perfect in action or thought. Instead it is because we live by faith (Romans 1:17; Galatians 3:11; Hebrews 10:38). Our assembly isn't about self-righteousness, instead it is about our renewal in Christ (Titus 3:5; Ephesians 2:8-10). It is about our identity as the Body of Christ and the development of its members in praise and study of God's word (1 Corinthians 13, 14). Above all things, we strive, in both our lives and assembly, to do everything in love (1 Corinthians 13:1-3).  


"Iron sharpens iron" (Proverbs 27:17). We don't come here to prove we are right, we come here to seek the only one that is righteous: God (Romans 3:10). We know that we are only made righteous by our faithful life in Christ (Habakkuk 2:4; Romans 1:17; Galatians 2:20). As such our meetings are full of discussion and study that welcome all present to participate in. The only pedestal around here is reserved for God's word. We seek to understand God's way more each day as we lovingly study together always striving to understand God's will in our personal life as well as the life of the Church (Joshua 1:8).


Our hope goes beyond this life. It is founded on the revelation of Jesus Christ (1 Peter 1:13). The ups and downs of life tend to affect our perception of hope. We often say things, such as we are "full of hope" or we have "lost all hope". When hope is placed in the fleeting objects of life, it can be fully abundant or utterly scarce. When hope is placed in God, it is never-ending, it is everlasting, and it is a rock and refuge in an otherwise difficult life (Psalms 62:5-8). It gives us stability to live faithfully in service to God and service to others.   
We live faithfully and meet regularly because we love God, not because we're being forced to (John 14:15). Our hope is that our devotion to God will be contagious. We hope that our families, our friends, and even strangers would come to know us as Disciples of Christ. We hope that by the love we have for each other, all will know who we serve (John 13:35). Our sincerest prayer is that through our relationship with Christ, you may see the love he shares with the world (John 3:16). In a world that has lost hope, we pray that all would find eternal hope in our Lord and Savior (1 Peter 1:3). We pray all will be washed in baptism saving us through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  (1 Peter 3:21).