Who are we?
We are people. We are trying to be a congregation like those described in the New Testament. We want to simply be Christians (Acts 11:26; 26:28), followers of Christ, and work together as a church that is "of Christ" (Romans 16:16). We do not want to wear any designation or name that is not found in the Scriptures, and we do not want to be the followers or the creators of earthly creeds.
We desire for Christ to be our only creed and the Bible our only guide — in how we become Christians, in how we live as Christians, in what we teach, in the work we do as a church, and in the way we are organized.
We are trying to speak where the Bible speaks, and to be silent where the Bible is silent - to do Bible things in Bible ways and to call Bible things by Bible names. Our desire is to honor God and to live for Christ. With that common goal we strive to learn, to do, and to teach God's word together (Ezra 7:10).
We are your neighbors, your co-workers, and your fellow students. We are people, saved from sin, who are interested in the salvation of others. We want heaven to be our eternal home and yours. When you visit us, you will be received warmly, kindly, and courteously.