to the Fulton, Mississippi church of Christ website. We are glad
you found us.
purpose of this congregation is to be a church of Jesus Christ
just like we can find in the pages of our New Testaments. This
site is designed to aid you in your study of God's word, to help
you to a closer walk with God, and to provide you with information
about the Lord's church and the work that we seek to do for God
in northern Mississippi.
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SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
5:00pm Worship November - March
6:00pm Worship April - October
pm BIble Study
- Channel 8
Sunday - 9:30am and 3:00pm
What to Expect
When You Visit
may be hesitant to attend worship services at an unfamiliar place,
with people whom you do not know. To help relieve your apprehension
we would like to explain what to expect when you visit us.
will find no exclusive pews for any person. All are greeted with
equal courtesy and kindness. (Acts 10:34-35; Galatians 3:28)
will not be confused by many people speaking or praying at the
same time. Good order will prevail at every service (I Cor. 14:33).
You will observe one of the brethren leading the congregation
reverently and quietly in prayer (I Tim. 2:1-5). If you visit
on Sunday, the Lord's day, you will observe the congregation
eating bread and drinking the fruit of the vine in memory of
the death of Christ (Matt. 26:26-29). We do this on the first
day of every week, like Christians in the first century (Acts
20:7). You will not find special collections taken at every service.
You will see that a collection is taken on the Lord's day (I
Cor. 16:1-3). This congregation is supported by the free will
offerings of its members. We do not ask nonmembers of this congregation
to financially support the work here when the collection is taken
will find no beautiful organ or piano or band music. Our music
is vocal. Like the first century Christians we will engage in
the singing of psalms, hymns and spiritual songs (Eph. 5:19).
The words used in our songs will be easy to understand (I Cor.
14:15) and from the heart (Col. 3:16).
- Our Only Guide
will find that the Bible will be the textbook to which references
are made in our classes and in our sermons. We have classes
for all ages on Sunday morning and on Wed. evening. You will
never be asked to accept what some man says about the Bible,
we want you to read the Bible for yourself to see "whether
those things are so" (Acts 17:11). You can quietly observe
and study that which you see and hear (I Cor. 14:40). You will
never be embarrassed or singled out in any way for some sort
of testimony or demonstration. You will hear obedience to the
will of Christ emphasized as necessary to salvation: faith in
Christ as taught in the Gospel (Rom. 10:17); repentance (Luke
24:47); confession of faith in Christ (Rom. 10:9-10); and baptism
for the remission of sins ( Acts 2:38).
Too Can Be Just A Christian
strive to worship and to serve God in the same way the early
disciples did. Christ is our only creed and the Scriptures our
only guide. The Bible is final authority - (Col. 3:17 and Matt.
23:9). The Bible can be understood by all (I Peter 2:2). We are
an autonomous group...that is, independent and self-governed
as God's Word directs.
we could not understand the Bible - God would be defective in
power (not being able to give us a clear revelation) and God
would be lacking in goodness (not willing to give it to us).
Clearly then we can be simply Christians. We can serve God without
belonging to any denomination, its laws and obligations. If simplicity
and freedom appeals to you, please contact us or better still
come and visit.