About Us

We are a group of people who, in addition to sharing a common faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and a common bond in His body, the church, have chosen to worship and work together. Christians in a given town or community came together to form a local congregation, or local church, and these churches were referred to by various names by the apostles and writers of the New Testament Scriptures as the churches of Judea (or some other region such as Samaria, Gallilee, Galatia or Asia; Acts 9:31; 15:41, 1 Co 16:1; 19, etc.), the churches of God (1 Co 11:16), and the churches of Christ (Ro 16:16). We meet together as a local church each Sunday, the Lord's Day, to remember Jesus and all that He has done for us; for worship, for exhortation, for edification and to read and study Scripture. We also meet at various other times, and at various places, to work together and to strengthen each other in our common walk.

As a congregation we have no creeds, no articles of faith, nor are we part of any denomination or larger organization. We strive to look to the inspired Word of God, the Bible, and it alone -- for we read that, "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, and for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work." (1 Ti 3:16)

Our aim, then, is to continue learning from Scripture, and to continue in the things that we have learned, so that we, "...may be assured, knowing from whom we have learned, and be wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus." And our highest aim is to bring honor to the name of Jesus, and His Father, and to be found by Him, "...complete, throroughly equipped for every good work."