What to Expect When You Visit the Marshall Church of Christ
During our Sunday services, you can expect to find a simple worship service that adheres to the teachings of the New Testament. When we assemble on every Lord’s Day (Acts 20:7, Revelation 1:10), which is Sunday, we will worship God by:
Praying: We are led by different men in our congregation (1 Timothy 2:1-8).
Singing: The whole congregation joins together in praising God in song without the use of musical instruments (Ephesians 5:19, Colossians 3:16). In case anyone is unfamiliar with one of the songs, the words are available in our songbooks and also on a screen in front of the auditorium.
Taking Communion: Every Sunday, our members remember Christ’s death by eating unleavened bread and drinking fruit of the vine (Acts 20:7).
Preaching: We will enjoy a Bible lesson that lasts about 30 to 40 minutes (Acts 2:42; Romans 10:14).
Giving: Each member of this congregation contributes weekly to the work of the church (1 Corinthians 16:2). We do not ask or expect our visitors to give anything in the offering.
Our style of worship is simple, patterned after the examples and teachings of the earliest Christians in the New Testament. You are welcome to sing with us and participate in our worship of our Father, but don’t feel that you have to participate. Just watch and listen, if that is your choice.
As our honored guest, we want you to feel welcome. We would appreciate it if you would fill out a “visitor’s card” so we can have a record of your visit. Children are always welcome. We have a quiet room available downstairs where you can care for your child should they need to leave the assembly. This room has a changing table and a video feed.
Free written material on Bible subjects is available in our lobby. We are also happy to arrange personal Bible studies at your convenience.
If you have any questions about spiritual matters, need assistance with a personal matter, or if we can help you in any way, please contact us. We would be thrilled to have an opportunity to get to know you better and to talk to you about God’s plans for your life.