If you are not a Christian in the fellowship of our local assembly or in the fellowship a local assembly that we are in fellowship with, you will be welcome at any service to sit an area that allows you to comfortably watch and listen without obligation. You will not be asked to participate or to give a donation; afterwards we will gladly welcome any questions that you have.
Breaking of Bread
The purpose is to remember the person (His character) and work (what He accomplished by dying on the cross). We hold this simple but vital meeting every Sunday, following the example that"upon the first day of the week... the [early Christians] came together to break bread."
At noon we start with a time of singing with all the kids. The songs we sing reinforce the spiritual and moral lessons the children learn in their classes. We then spend time learning a Bible verse together. Around 12:30 p.m. the children are divided up into classes by age, just like in school. Teachers will then give an interactive lesson where students are encouraged to ask questions and to contribute their thoughts.
We would love for you to attend our Sunday gospel service. Held in the main auditorium, an evangelistic message is preached – highlighting the Bible’s call to all to repent and personally receive Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord. And, since this is an individual matter, no altar calls are ever held; personal conversation, however, is always available should you desire it. All are welcome!
The Bible study is a meeting of two halves – first prayer, then systematic Bible study/teaching. Bible studies are introduced by an overview of the topic or chapter, followed by a detailed discussion. Bible teaching takes the form of exposition of a Bible chapter or topic. Men who are in the fellowship of our local assembly will be leading and contributing to the meeting.