About Us

Paul, the apostle of Jesus Christ, proclamed, “The churches of Christ greet you” and we echo that same sentiment today. But perhaps you’re wondering: Who or what are the churches of Christ? We hope the following will help answer that question:

It was Jesus who said to his disciples, “I will build my church” (Mt. 16:18). The Lord kept that promise; he built his church and it exists today. The word of God tells us the church is called “the body of Christ” (Eph. 1:22-23) and that there is “one body…one Lord, one faith” (Eph. 4:4-6). There are no denominations in the Bible, yet when we look around today we see so many different churches, different faiths, different teachings. All of this religious contradiction can be confusing.

But if we set aside the denominations, doctrines and traditions of men and simply go back to the Bible, we can belong to the church that Jesus built - the Lord’s church that is a part of God’s eternal plan to redeem us and bring us to heaven through his Son. If we follow the New Testament of Christ and do today what they did then, we can be today what they were then - Christians (Acts 11:26).

We in the churches of Christ are striving to be faithful to the authority of God’s word and abide by the pattern he has given us for his church (Acts 2:42; 2 Tim. 1:13). We are here to love God, love each other, and serve as Jesus served; and we invite you to join us.