We are Christians Only: The church of the New Testament enjoyed a unity far different from the confusion of the religious world today. Many years before doctrines of men divided the believers, early Christians had no sectarian names, creeds, nor organizations.

The New Testament believers yielded to the divine authority of the scriptures. We today follow the teaching of Christ and His apostles, thus, are only Christians – just as were the disciples of the first century (Acts 11:26). Our teaching is Bible-centered since the Scriptures are all we need to direct our everyday lives. We are recognized only as Christians, nothing more and nothing less.

You Will Find a Friendly Spirit: When you visit with us, you are our respected and honored guests. At the close of the sermon, those wishing to become Christians are invited to step to the front of the auditorium to let their wishes be known. No one will ever pressure you to do anything you do not wish to do. People are urged from the pulpit to accept the gospel and to yield to its call with deep spiritual conviction, but that is a personal decision and only you can make such a decision.

You Will Never Be Embarrassed: When you visit with us, you are our respected and honored guests. At the close of the sermon, those wishing to become Christians are invited to step to the front of the auditorium to let their wishes be known. No one will ever pressure you to do anything you do not wish to do. People are urged from the pulpit to accept the gospel and to yield to its call with deep spiritual conviction, but that is a personal decision and only you can make such a decision.

We are Governed Scripturally: The New Testament makes it clear that God expects each mature congregation to be governed in a specific way. We are to have elders to oversee our spiritual needs. This is done through teaching and prayers. Our elders are willing to talk with you at any time concerning your spiritual necessities. The deacons are the physical ministers, seeing to the material necessities of the church. Their work includes caring for those less fortunate, care of the building, and other physical service. The ministers (with no scriptural governing authority) serves with all other members.