It is our sincere goal to be the "friendliest congregation you ever visited". We aim to treat others the way we want to be treated, like Jesus said in Mathew 7:12. You are our honored guests and we hope you find our services simple, reverent, practical and meaningful. Every effort is made to make everyone feel welcomed.
People come to find out why....
They stay because their needs are met.....
The church of Christ in Georgetown is a growing, friendly, family congregation. We are a diverse congregation that reflects the fact that God's church is for all people. Our congregation ranges in age from newborn babies to those who have seen most of a century pass. There are folks from al walks of life - from blue collar to white collar to students to retirees. Churches of Christ are diversified - people from all races and nationalities worship and work together as God's children (Acts 10:34,35)
We pattern our services after the New Testament church. The church of Christ is noted for its emphasis upon returning to New Testament Christianity and for its desire to unite all Christians into one body (I Corinthians 1:10) We believe that the New Testament is the only rule for faith and practice in religious matters (II Timothy 3:17, II Peter 1:3, Revelation 22:18-19) We believe that it is possible to have religious unity in a day of division by simply following the New Testament pattern and putting aside human traditions. We aim to restore the same doctrine, practices and zeal found in the New Testament church.
We believe that Jesus is the Son of God (John 20:30,31), that the Bible is inspired of God (II Timothy 3:16-17) and the only authority for what we practice and teach, and that Christ will return to take His kingdom home to God (I Corinthians 15:24). We emphasize worship in Sprit and in truth (john 4:24), every-member evangelism (Acts 8:4), godly living (Titus 2:11-12), love for each other (John 13:33-34), and helping those in need (James 1:27). The church is organized with elders, deacons and members as in New Testament times (Philippians 1:1).