When you come…

Be prepared to Worship… Be prepared to Learn… Be prepared to make new Friends!
If you are planing a visit to the Church of Christ you might be wondering what happens and what it will be like. Here is a little introduction so hopefully you will feel at ease.

  Sermons and Adult Bible studies

Sunday mornings provide a traditional sermon for the adults, as well as children’s classes for the children.  The Elders and other men of the church takes turns preaching and teaching, so you will hear a variety of styles. The sermons and classes typically last somewhere from 30-45 minutes. Sunday & Wednesday evenings, Bible study classes are held.


Every Sunday morning we have a time set apart (during the singing time) when we have communion (or also called the Lord’s supper). This is a time we use to remember all that Jesus went through when he died on the cross to save us. For the communion the men will pray up front and then a couple of trays are passed around through the benches. One tray holds a small piece of unleavened bread which represents Christ’s body, The other tray holds little cups of grape juice which represents Christ’s blood that was shed for us. Communion is open to anybody who wishes to partake but should be done with understanding of what it is about.

  Fellowship time

On Sunday mornings we start at 10 am with a fellowship time. Pastries, coffee and juice or milk are served and we enjoy spending the time visiting together.

  Singing and Worship time

For all of the services we start with a time of Singing. We enjoy a wide variety of music, including hymns and praise choruses. Most commonly we sing accompanied by a piano. We also at times sing accapella (just voices), with a praise band, with a bluegrass band or just a guitar.

  Children’s Classes

After the singing and communion are over, the children can go to classes. We have children’s classes on Sunday morning and Wednesday evening. We encourage children of different ages to be together, so have formatted our classes to fit general age groups. (3-11). If a child is shy and reluctant to go, a parent/caretaker is welcome to go with them and stay as long as needed. We do have a nursery available as well.

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