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.
- 1. Click here to read The Constitution and Bylaws which includes our statement of faith.
- 2. Listen to our New Members' Sermon Series (see below).
- 3. Complete our membership application, including your personal testimony (sample testimony).
- 4. Schedule a meeting with one of our elders. There, we can get to know you, answer any questions you may have, schedule you for baptism (if you need it), and finally, schedule you for a service to extend to you the right hand of fellowship..