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Transforming lives, building up the old wasted places, and restoring paths through the Truth and the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

New to The Bible Church?

You might be wondering, what's it really like at The Bible Church? We are here to evangelize the lost and equip the believers' with the message of Jesus Christ. We follow the teaching of Jesus Christ and His Apostles. We preach and teach the one true plan of salvation. We strongly emphasize biblical holiness, righteousness, and sanctification to prepare souls for the kingdom of God and to bring Glory to the Lord Jesus Christ.


How do I join? Joining The Bible Church family is a big and important step, one that we take seriously. Our prayer is that all who join our family will choose to remain with us for years to come. Joining a church family is a primary way to identify oneself as a committed follower of Christ, and a significant way to partner in Kingdom purposes. 

    

The process begins with the Grace of God. Titus 2:11, For the grace of God that bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men. 


The next step is to access the Grace by Faith in which takes place after believe the Word of God. Romans 5:2, By whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God.


After we believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we MUST repent of our Sins through Godly sorrow. Repentance must happen before baptism. The baptism must be according to the New Testament scriptures in Acts 2: 38... Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.


What's more, we'd love to offer you the opportunity just to come and visit.


NOTE: We value your privacy and would never spam you



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Here's what you can expect...

  • An environment to experience God
  • Services that start on-time.
  • Bible based preaching.
  • Upbeat Praise and Worship Services.
  • No pressure from the pulpit or members.
  • Ushers to assist you.
  • Great choirs.