"For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith
and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God" Ephesians 2:8
Everyone Is Welcome, in Jesus' Name!
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As you enter the church, you are embraced by traditional Christian worship. Instead of experimenting and inventing new styles of worship, we are faithful to the worship of the early Christian Church and the teachings of God that it confesses.
Worship is also liturgical. This means that we follow a set order of worship or liturgy that varies only according to the times of the Christian Church year. Liturgical worship helps us to focus on the Word of God that forms the actual words we use and creates additional meaning through the use of colored fabrics that represent Church seasons, as well as historic and traditional church garments that help to show forth the love of Jesus for His people, the Church, that is His own Body on Earth.
Worship is also sacramental. We teach that in a unique and mystical way, God comes to us through visible means called Sacraments. God Himself makes us a part of His Church by washing our souls clean of all guilt in the Sacrament of Holy Baptism. Those baptized members who are properly instructed and prepared receive the Lord's further strengthening and power through the Sacrament of the Altar, offered twice each month.
God's Holy and inerrant Word as given in the Holy Bible and the Sacraments of the Church are the means of grace in which our Lord serves us with the life He gives so that we are enabled and empowered to serve others through the spread of Christ's Gospel.