Worship

Worship is at the center of community life. In the southern states, it is not uncommon to find a church building located on the town square; however, in the west, the bars took hold on long main streets and the churches found a home two or three blocks off the main thoroughfare.  In the early church, the congregation gathered every Sunday to break bread (Lord’s Supper), sing hymns, study the Bible, receive an offering for the poor, and pray. Today, worship is still at the center of our community life at First Christian. We sing hymns (traditional), read Holy Scripture, reflect on the wisdom of Scripture, pray, receive an offering to financially assist in God’s good work in the world, and receive the Lord’s Supper. Everyone is busy in this 24/7/365 on the go society; however, it is helpful for all of us to slow down and remember to whom we belong. We belong to God our loving Creator. It is helpful to come together to receive the gift of forgiveness from Christ the Redeemer. And, it is helpful to come together as God’s people to seek guiding wisdom from the Holy Spirit. In American culture, there are numerous other exciting things people can choose to participate on Sunday morning; nevertheless, what the church offers is a brief time to come together with Christian friends and focus our attention on God and God’s ways in the world. Sunday morning worship starts at 8 and 10. The early service is designed with a liturgy of shared readings and hymn singing.  The later worship is designed with a liturgy led by leaders of the congregation with the additional blessing of music from our choir.
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First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Worship

Worship is at the center of community life. In the southern states, it is not uncommon to find a church building located on the town square; however, in the west, the bars took hold on long main streets and the churches found a home two or three blocks off the main thoroughfare.  In the early church, the congregation gathered every Sunday to break bread (Lord’s Supper), sing hymns, study the Bible, receive an offering for the poor, and pray. Today, worship is still at the center of our community life at First Christian. We sing hymns (traditional), read Holy Scripture, reflect on the wisdom of Scripture, pray, receive an offering to financially assist in God’s good work in the world, and receive the Lord’s Supper. Everyone is busy in this 24/7/365 on the go society; however, it is helpful for all of us to slow down and remember to whom we belong. We belong to God our loving Creator. It is helpful to come together to receive the gift of forgiveness from Christ the Redeemer. And, it is helpful to come together as God’s people to seek guiding wisdom from the Holy Spirit. In American culture, there are numerous other exciting things people can choose to participate on Sunday morning; nevertheless, what the church offers is a brief time to come together with Christian friends and focus our attention on God and God’s ways in the world. Sunday morning worship starts at 8 and 10. The early service is designed with a liturgy of shared readings and hymn singing.  The later worship is designed with a liturgy led by leaders of the congregation with the additional blessing of music from our choir.
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© First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)  All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6795

Worship

Worship is at the center of community life. In the southern states, it is not uncommon to find a church building located on the town square; however, in the west, the bars took hold on long main streets and the churches found a home two or three blocks off the main thoroughfare.  In the early church, the congregation gathered every Sunday to break bread (Lord’s Supper), sing hymns, study the Bible, receive an offering for the poor, and pray. Today, worship is still at the center of our community life at First Christian. We sing hymns (traditional), read Holy Scripture, reflect on the wisdom of Scripture, pray, receive an offering to financially assist in God’s good work in the world, and receive the Lord’s Supper. Everyone is busy in this 24/7/365 on the go society; however, it is helpful for all of us to slow down and remember to whom we belong. We belong to God our loving Creator. It is helpful to come together to receive the gift of forgiveness from Christ the Redeemer. And, it is helpful to come together as God’s people to seek guiding wisdom from the Holy Spirit. In American culture, there are numerous other exciting things people can choose to participate on Sunday morning; nevertheless, what the church offers is a brief time to come together with Christian friends and focus our attention on God and God’s ways in the world. Sunday morning worship starts at 8 and 10. The early service is designed with a liturgy of shared readings and hymn singing.  The later worship is designed with a liturgy led by leaders of the congregation with the additional blessing of music from our choir.
First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
© First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)  All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6795

Worship

Worship is at the center of community life. In the southern states, it is not uncommon to find a church building located on the town square; however, in the west, the bars took hold on long main streets and the churches found a home two or three blocks off the main thoroughfare.  In the early church, the congregation gathered every Sunday to break bread (Lord’s Supper), sing hymns, study the Bible, receive an offering for the poor, and pray. Today, worship is still at the center of our community life at First Christian. We sing hymns (traditional), read Holy Scripture, reflect on the wisdom of Scripture, pray, receive an offering to financially assist in God’s good work in the world, and receive the Lord’s Supper. Everyone is busy in this 24/7/365 on the go society; however, it is helpful for all of us to slow down and remember to whom we belong. We belong to God our loving Creator. It is helpful to come together to receive the gift of forgiveness from Christ the Redeemer. And, it is helpful to come together as God’s people to seek guiding wisdom from the Holy Spirit. In American culture, there are numerous other exciting things people can choose to participate on Sunday morning; nevertheless, what the church offers is a brief time to come together with Christian friends and focus our attention on God and God’s ways in the world. Sunday morning worship starts at 8 and 10. The early service is designed with a liturgy of shared readings and hymn singing.  The later worship is designed with a liturgy led by leaders of the congregation with the additional blessing of music from our choir.
First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
© First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)  All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6795