Services & Meetings
We have different types of services to glorify Yahweh and meet the needs of His people, according to the vision given to us. All times listed are U.S. Eastern Time. Please, come as you are—we have no dress code.
This is our time to celebrate the resurrection of the Lord Jesus and all that it has accomplished.
The service begins with a dedication prayer by the Pastor, to give the time to God for His purpose.
All those present are then invited to greet one another as in the Lord.
There is a three-part reading of the Holy Scriptures, usually one portion from the Hebrew scriptures, one portion from the Epistles, and one portion from the Gospels.
We then worship the Lord in song, with the help of several singers, a rhythm guitar, bass guitar, and drums.
During this time, we are sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit, Who often manifests Himself through words of prophecy to encourage the church.
After Pastor reads the announcements, children are invited to attend Sunday school and babies and toddlers may be left in the attended nursery.
The Pastor, or a guest speaker, then preaches a biblical message from God, usually lasting around 30 minutes.
Once the children have come back into the sanctuary, as Christ the High Priest's representatives we receive the tithes and offerings of those present to support the work of the church and its ministries. Without your help, we could not do what we do!
All believers in the Lord Jesus are then invited to partake of the Lord's Supper, as we proclaim the death of the Lord (I Corinthians 11:26). Membership in our church is not required to receive Communion, you need only be a born-again disciple of the Lord. We believe in and experience the Real Presence of the Lord, also known as Sacramental Union, when celebrating His Supper.
A closing prayer is lifted to the Heavenly Father, and His people are dismissed in peace.
Our weeknight service is a special time together for those with a heart for God.
It begins with a short Bible study taught by Pastor or a guest speaker. We then continue with 10-15 minutes of private prayer before the altar, and/or Q&A, and then close by coming together to eat and drink the Holy Communion of the Son of God; we believe in and experience the Real Presence, also known as Sacramental Union, in our celebration of the Lord's Supper.
All are welcome to attend, and any born-again believer in the Lord Jesus is invited to partake of the Lord's Supper with us—you don't have to be a member of our church to share in Communion.