...to join us, that may apply to you:
1. You are a Christian, who is not currently attending services with a local body of believers.
God's word tells us in Hebrews 10:25 "not to forsake the assembling of ourselves together." Additionally, throughout scripture God calls us to love one another in practical ways, including: helping one another, encouraging one another, and even correcting one another. This loving of one another can only be lived out in proximity with other believers. So, if Jesus has called you to love Him and others, heed that call and start assembling with us.
2. You are a Christian who, living locally, is attending a fellowship far away.
It is more practical to be a member of a smaller church that is located in your local community when it comes to attending, serving, and loving one another. Large churches, that draw people from a distance, often employ small groups to offset this inherent disadvantage of being large. These small fellowships inside a large fellowship are usually grouped by demographics and/or geography. Geography to make participation practical and demographics to make participants comfortable. With a small local church you are already in a small group, geographically practical and as far as the demographics, consider 1 Corinthians 12:18 "God has set the members, each one of them, in the body just as He pleased."
3. You are not a Christian and are curious about the Bible or Christianity.
Christianity is the belief that Jesus is the "the way, the truth, and the life." We believe that through His work we are saved. The Bible is where we learn this and everything else God wants to say to us. If you are not a Christian, we would be blessed to have you as our guest at one of our gatherings.