“Now these were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so.”
– Acts 17:10 – 11
Reformed Baptist Quote
The Bible is final for us on all questions of doctrine and polity and Christian living. The doctrines of salvation, of the church, of the ordinances, of polity, and of the Christian life we derive from the Bible. In its teachings alone do we find our sufficient, certain and authoritative source of knowledge concerning all these matters.
It may be said that the one sure and certain road to agreement among all Christians is obedience to the New Testament teachings in all matters of doctrine, polity, worship, and life.
For all Christians there should be one authoritative source of religious truth and knowledge. To that source they should look in all matters relating to doctrine, to polity, to the ordinances, to worship, and to Christian living — That source is the Bible.
John L. Dagg, A Treatise on Church Order
Lord’s Day Procedures
“The brethren immediately sent Paul and Silas away by night to Berea, and when they arrived, they went into the synagogue of the Jews.”
- Lord’s Day Preparation: Please prepare for the Lord’s Day by reading the bible and praying for our pastors and that hearts of those in attendance will be open to God’s Word.
- Lord’s Table: If you are a member in good standing of an Evangelical church, you are welcome to partake of the Lord’s Table. One of our Pastors will administer the Lord’s Table during the singing of the last set of songs.
- Prayer: Our church is first and foremost a house of prayer. After the worship service, the front Fellowship and Activities Room is reserved for that purpose. Please respect those praying in that room.
- There is a board in the entrance to the main worship room for prayer requests. Please add any and all requests to the board. Also, please record answers to your prayer requests on the board provided.
- Refreshments: Feel free to enjoy the refreshments provided by the church each week. As a matter of reverence for God and courtesy to others, finish eating and drinking before the worship service starts.
- Tithes and Offerings: We do not collect tithes and offerings during the worship service. There is a box in the back of the main worship room where you may deposit an contribution you wish before or after service.
Thank you for helping to maintain the proper attitude and respect of our gathering together to worship, serve, and be served by our God.Back to Top ^