Who We Are
We are a people determined to follow the Bible to the very best of our ability. We want nothing older than the Old Testament, or newer than the New. We are not perfect in our knowledge and application of the Bible, but we are willing to give scriptural authority for everything we teach and practice, or give it up.
We have an active program of teaching for toddlers to senior citizens, but it is just teaching. We stay away from turning Bible School into a social organization. The teachers who are part of this work at this congregation spend many hours preparing lessons, classrooms, and personally advancing in teaching skills. We provide a class for every age.
Our classes begin Sunday morning at 9:30. We have the same arrangement of classes on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Our worship is not ornate or complicated. We meet on the first day of the week to “break bread,” the sacred memorial feast remembering the death of Jesus, our Lord (Acts 20:7; 1 Cor. 11:23-27). Since every week has a first day, we do this every Sunday.
We honor God in our teaching and praise. We pray together and study his sacred word. We do this because that is what we understand was done when the church first came into existence (Acts 2:42).
Our collective work is primarily focused on evangelism. We believe this is why the Lord established his church (Matt. 16:18; 1 Thess. 1:7-8; Phil. 2:14-15; 1 Tim. 3:16). We urge you to read each of these passages.
When there is a need to provide for the physical needs of the members of this congregation, we do so (Acts 2:44-46; 4:34-35; Acts 6:1-6).
If you happen to be in our area visiting, please come meet with us. If you are moving into the Fort Knox, Kentucky area, we hope you will come to our meetings. If you want to know more about us, please contact us.
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