We Care About You:
Do you sometimes wonder if anyone cares?  Our world often seems pretty cold and heartless.  Even relatives and friends become so preoccupied with their own affairs that they may appear to have little concern about us.  We'd like you to know that as Christians we DO care.


We Care About Your Friendship:
The closer people live together, the less they know about each other.  On the frontier everyone knew his distant neighbors, but the modern apartment dweller may not even know the family next door.  Many city residents feel a deep loneliness.  This doesn't have to be.  The finest friends in the world are committed Christians.  When you visit us, you will find a genuine friendliness among those who care about your friendship.  We would like to be your friends.


We Care About Your Problems:
Everybody has problems - some big, some little, but all very real.  Sometimes they overwhelm us and we can't see the light at the end of the tunnel.  When they do, we need others to help us cope with them.  We believe the church is a family, and, as in the human family, we ought to help one another.  The Bible teaches us, "Carry each other's burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ" (Galatians 6:2).  No, we can't solve all of your problems, but we can help you find answers in Christ.  We care enough to try.

We Care About God's Word:
Strange, isn't it, that so many professed Christians place so little emphasis on the Bible?  This is where we find the great truths of Jesus.  We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, and that is why it is the basis of all our religious teachings.  We have no creed but Christ, no guidebook but the Bible.  Our Bible School classes, which are conducted for all ages from small children through adult, are rooted in the teachings of the Bible.  We endeavor to live by the moral precepts of the New Testament and seek to model the church today after the pattern of the apostolic church as it is revealed in the scriptures.


We Care About Being Just Christians:
The religious world is terribly divided.  Small wonder it is that many are turned off by religion.  Wouldn't it be wonderful if all were content to be JUST CHRISTIANS?  We are a congregation of undenominational disciples of Jesus that is striving to do just that.  We seek to be "Christians only" without any denominational prefix or suffix. 


We Care About Your Soul:
Some may inquire, "What are you after?"  We live in a skeptical day in which many think that everyone has an angle.  It is difficult to convince people that you are not after their money.  Frankly, the Apostle Paul has well expressed our purpose when he wrote, "What I want is not your possessions but you" (II Corinthians 12:14).  The church should exist to serve, not just to be served.  We are vitally concerned about souls - yours and ours.  Jesus inquired, "What good will it be for a man if he gains the whole work, yet foreits his soul?  Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?"  (Matthew 16:26).  We invite you to become a fellow seeker with us of that eternal home of the soul.