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Breaking of Bread

In the Bible, we read that the New Testament disciples met together on the first day of each week (Sunday) to remember the Lord as He had asked them to do. This involves a quiet time of remembrance as we think upon the Lord's great love for us in dying for our sins on the cross. After a time of prayer, singing, and meditation, we each take a piece of bread and a drink of wine which represent the body and blood of Christ.

It is a wonderful time of worship for all assembly believers. Visitors are able to sit and observe this long repeated New Testament practice.

There is a time after the meeting for coffee and refreshments and visiting for everyone. We'd love to have you join us!

Bible Teaching

Various speakers take a deeper look at many topics from God's Word related to doctrine and practical Christian living and service.

Several times during the year, there are missionary reports of ongoing gospel outreach in foreign fields.

Prayer and Bible Study

In this meeting, brothers stand to worship and to ask specific requests of God as needs arise. Following a time dedicated to prayer, a study leader will introduce a passage from scripture and guide conversation regarding its meaning and application to Christian life.

Bible Adventures for Kids

From pre-school through high school, students enjoy the teaching and activities involved in the Bible Adventures program. Each lesson is tailored to the children's age and abilities. Activities includes Bible stories, singing, crafts, contests, prizes, outings and much more. Children are encouraged to memorize verses from the Bible.


There are also children's programs for Christmas, Mother's Day, etc., awards nights, special Monday night programs as well as the annual Sunday School picnic. Parents are encouraged to attend all these activities.


We meet together as an assembly of Christians who simply gather in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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