Worship in the church is usually centered in six areas as shown in the New
Testament: singing, praying, reading scripture, teaching (preaching), giving,
and partaking of the Lordís Supper. In public worship the congregation seeks to
sense the presence of God, to adore and praise him.
The singing in the church is without instrumental accompaniment. Through hymns
and spiritual songs the congregation praises God, teaches, admonishes, and
encourages each otherís faith.
Prayers are offered to God through Christ. The public reading of the Bible is a
regular element in the worship service. The Lordís Supper is observed every
Sunday, as a memorial feast, in remembrance of Jesusís death and resurrection.
The emblems, unleavened bread and fruit of the vine, symbolize the body and
blood of Christ.
Preaching is a significant part of the total public service. The church is
supported primarily by free will contributions made each Sunday during the