Who we are

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)


Our Foundation

“For no one can lay any other foundation than the one we already have – Jesus Christ.” – 1 Corinthians 3:11

We are a non-denominational church, committed to the basic Christianity that we find described in the New Testament. We are pursuing the hope that Christ prayed for – that there be unity among all who profess that Jesus Christ is Lord.

We receive the Bible as God’s holy, inspired Word. It is standard for our faith and practices. We are seeking to live a life fitting of those who are fully devoted to following Jesus. Helping others to know Him and trust Him is our first priority. One simple way to express our purpose: Making disciples to help spread the Good News

Our members accept Jesus Christ as the Son of the Living God and submit to Him as Savior and Lord of life.

Our church is a free church with Christ alone as our Head and Leader. We are not ruled by any denominational authority, but seek to live under the direction of God’s Holy Spirit.  While we determine and set our own policies, we voluntarily cooperate with other Christians in activities and joint ventures that will help fulfill Christ’s commission to make disciples of all people world-wide.

We practice baptism as we find it taught and demonstrated in the New Testament. It is an act of immersion in water of a penitent believer and serves as a picture of Christ’s saving work through His own death, burial and resurrection.

We share in the communion or Lord’s Supper each week as we gather for worship.

Learn about our History