The elders have decided the Warrensburg Church of Christ will conduct normal posted worship times and events.
Face coverings are optional based on individual preferences. We encourage our church family to meet in person at the building whenever possible. For the safety of everyone, if you have been sick recently we ask you to please stay home.
During the Lord’s Supper on Sunday, we will have individual pre-filled communion cups with bread wafers. These are individually sealed and will be distributed as you enter the building and then will be used during the normal time of the service when the Lord’s Supper takes place.
Sunday morning services will continue to be streamed via Facebook Live. The sermon will be digitally audio recorded and posted on this web site like we have for years.
If you have any questions, please contact one of the elders.
God Bless you all during these times.
Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. (Ephesians 6:10)
Grace, peace & gratitude, -David (for the shepherds)
You are honoring God and us with your presence. As our guest we are here to serve you. Relax and enjoy the opportunity to communicate with and worship GOD.
You may be asked to fill out a Visitor’s Card. Giving us this information is an indication you would like us to contact you. If you prefer to decline, feel free to do so.
Our purpose in assembling is to praise God as a family and encourage one another. Our assembly opens with acknowledging prayer requests, upcoming events and concludes with a prayer. As a unified body we sing songs of praise to God.
Our music is a cappella, without the accompaniment of instruments.
After a few songs we observe the “Lord’s Supper”, a weekly memorial initiated by Jesus. At this time we focus on the incredible sacrifice Jesus made to cleanse our sin. We participate in this weekly memorial because of the teachings of the Bible and the examples set by the first century church. Plates of unleavened bread are distributed, this bread symbolizing the sacrificed body of Jesus. Every Christian is given an opportunity to partake of this emblem. Following this, cups of “wine” grape juice, representing the BLOOD sacrifice at the crucifixion of Jesus, are passed among the people for their participation.
This memorial focuses our attention on the death, burial, and the resurrection of Jesus and serves as a constant reminder of GOD’S incredible love for each one of us, and reminds us of the love God shows each of us.
Immediately following the Lord’s Supper an opportunity is presented for the members of this congregation to contribute financially through free will offerings. Guests are not expected to make a contribution, but are welcome to participate in this opportunity.
Following this time of meditation and prayer a sermon from God’s Word will be presented. At the conclusion of this presentation there is always an opportunity for people to respond to acknowledge answered prayers, significant events of Gods activity in their life, prayer requests, confession of sin, or requests to be baptized for the forgiveness of sin and to be added to the Family of God.
It is our prayer and hope our assembly and worship is uplifting, inspirational and an encouragement to you so that you can be reminded of God’s constant presence as you face the new week.