Welcome! We are so glad that you found our website and invite you to join us on Sundays at 10am.
A Little About Us:
We are a Bible believing non-denominational church located in Watertown, Wisconsin. We believe that the Bible is God's inerrant word revealed to us and the best way we can learn about God is preach expositionally, passage by passage, through the Bible. We also believe that the unity of the church is very important so we stand united by our statement of faith and embrace each other in Christ-like love where we may differ beyond those essentials of our faith.
We hope that all people without distinction will come and worship the one true God with us. We also know that walking into a new church can be a little intimidating so we have tried our best to ease that anxiety by explaining a little of what you can expect.
How to dress:
However you dress normally! Some of our people wear shorts and t-shirts (in the Summer), some where suits, most are somewhere in between. What is important to us as a church is that we gather together as the people of God to worship him together, not how we dress.
Generally, we preach through books of the Bible, passage by passage. The Bible is the word of God and we think the best way for people to know God and love Him more is by helping people understand what God has told us about himself in his Word, the Bible. In each sermon, we hope to help people understand the point of the passage in context of Bible as a whole and what that passage means for our everyday life. Our sermons vary in length but usually are about 40 to 45 minutes long.
What Bible translation do we use?
We believe the Bible is the inerrant Word of God in the original manuscripts. The Apostles and Prophets did not write in English though so you are welcome to read from whatever translation of the Bible you find most readable. We will do our best to explain where translations differ and what we think the most full meaning of the text is in the original language.
Order of Service:
- A greeting and a few announcements
- A time of worshiping through song (usually about 2 songs)
- A reading from the Bible that relates to our sermon passage for that day. If we are preaching through a New Testament book, our reading will be from the Old Testament or the opposite if we are preaching through an Old Testament book.
- A prayer of confession and petition for the congregation
- An offering
- A time of worshipping through song (usually about 2 songs)
- The sermon
- A final song and closing prayer