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Hear the Gospel (Romans 10:17, John 8:32)
Believe the Gospel (Hebrews 11:6, Mark 16:16)
Repent of past sins ( Luke 13:3,5)
Confess faith in Jesus Christ (Matthew 10:32)
Be baptized (Acts 2:38, Galatians 3:27)
Be faithful unto death (Revelations 2:10)
We practice only acapella singing.  We worship in song in this way because there is no biblical mention of instrumental music in the first century church (I Corinthians 14:15; Ephesians 5:18-19; Colossians 3:16).
The result is a beautiful blending of all voices, seeking to praise and glorify God in spirit and love.
Another difference between our church and other religious groups is the weekly observation of the Lord’s Supper












It is observed in memory of Christ’s crucifixion.  In Acts 20:7, we find “And upon the first day of the week, the disciples came together to break bread.”  We follow this example and honor Jesus every week participating in this communion.


Those who participate have accepted Christ as the Son of God and as their Savior.  After study, prayer and meditation, an individual may feel ready to be baptized as a means of remission of sins and salvation (Mark 16:16; Acts 2:38; Acts 22:16; John 3:5; I Peter 3:21).

When a person is baptized in Christ for these reasons, he or she becomes a Christian and a member of the Church.  No further steps are required for church membership except continued love and service to the Savior.



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