Commitment may be rare in the world today, but it shouldn't be in a local church. Christians automatically become members of the universal church (1 Cor 12:13), but locally, they must also receive instruction from Scripture (1 Tm 4:13; 2 Tm 4:2), serve one another (Hb 10:24-25), use their spiritual gifts (Rm 12:3-8; 1 Cor 12:4-31; 1 Pt 4:10-11), and participate in the church's ordinances (Lk 22:19; Acts 2:38-42). Moreover, elders must know their church member so they can shepherd them (Acts 20:28; 1 Pt 5:2) and give account for them (Hb 13:17; 1 Pt 5:3). If you are interested in becoming a member, contact Pastors Brian or Shaun today.
- Click here to read The Constitution and Bylaws which includes our statement of faith.
- Start by listening to or watching the sermon "Understanding What Baptism and Salvation Are" and then completing the rest of our New Members' Sermon Series.
- Complete our membership application, including your personal testimony (sample testimony).
- Schedule a meeting with one of our elders. There, we can schedule you for baptism (if you need it) and get to know you.