The Lords Supper (The Breaking of Bread)
We gather as a local church, claiming the promise of the Lord Jesus through Matthew 18:20, "For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them." The most significant meeting of the church is the one the Lord introduced before his death; He told His disciples to remember Him by partaking of bread and wine as symbols of His body and blood, Luke 22:19-20.
Following the teaching of the Lord and the example of the Apostles, we meet weekly to remember the Lord Jesus and His death for us. This meeting is for worship and congregational singing. Without pre-arrangement, the meeting is open for men in the local assembly fellowship to stand and lead the congregation in praise and worship of Christ for his person and work at the cross.
Refreshments A good time of fellowshipping with each other directly after the Lord's Supper, snacks, soft drinks and coffee is readily available for everyone.
Family Bible Hour
The first 20 minutes is for congregational singing. Following, a speaker will take the pulpit and present a variety of doctrinal and practical truths, designed to teach and encourage Biblical principles and values.
Sunday School (Childrens Meeting)
Sunday School is taught during the Family Bible Hour. The young are the focus of this program. After a time of group singing, the children are taught a broad range of stories and principles from the Bible using flannel-graph and object lessons. Every other Sunday, the lesson is reviewed and the children do crafts pertaining to the lesson taught from the previous week.
Our teachers have all come into a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ when they accepted Him as their own personal Saviour.
Wednesday Prayer and Bible Study
This meeting is divided into two equal sections; the first for prayer and the latter for systematic Bible study. The Bible study is opened, with a qualified speaker who is assigned a topic or chapter for the exhortation of the assembly with biblical principles and values from the word of God.