WHAT WE BELIEVE
There are many religious groups today, and while many are categorized as "denominations," the churches of Christ are not a denomination.
Our worship may seem familiar in some ways but different in others. We worship according to the Biblical pattern. We strive to be like the church that Christ established in the New Testament because that church was established, guided, and directed by Jesus and his apostles.
We belong to Christ. We are his people and we are his body. As such, we live and worship according to his teachings.
The Bible teaches that one should hear the word of God, believe and confess that Jesus is the son of God, and be baptized for the forgiveness of one's sins. Baptism is done by full immersion of water and washes you of your sins. Once baptized you become a Christian and a follower of Christ.
1 Peter 3:21
Singing is done as it was done by the original Christians. No instrument is used except the human heart and voice. There are no mechanical instruments used. Our worship services are focused upon God, as such, every Christian sings.
Communion is a part of worship that we do in remembrance of Christ's sacrifice. We partake of the unleavened bread which represents the body of Christ that was sacrificed for our sins. Then we partake of the fruit of the vine that represents the blood shed on the cross. We do this every week on the first day of the week.
1 Corinthians 11:23-26