​History and Goverance

The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) was founded in the early 1800s in the United States.  The founders envisioned a united church of Jesus Christ modeled on the New Testament.  We structure our community around the biblical idea of covenant, emphasizing not obedience to human authority but accountability to one another because of our shared belief in Christ.


For more information on The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) visit the www.disicples.org


What do we believe?


Like most Christians, we affirm:

  • Jesus Christ is the son of the Living God and offers saving grace to all

  • All people are God's children

Beliefs and practices:

  • Open Communion.  The Lord's Supper, or Communiuon, is celebrated in weekly worship.  It is open to all who believe in Jesus Christ.

  • Each congregation is self governing and calls its own pastor

  • Worship services may be formal or informal and include women and men in leadership.

  • Open discussion of issues is encouraged.  Diversity of opinion is common.

  • We are growing in racial and ethnic diversity.