Several families from the Auburn area have fully
dedicated themselves to worship and actively work as a congregation
according to the teachings of Jesus Christ and His apostles. We fully
believe that the only answer to the denominational spirit which exists
among professed Christians is to let the Bible constitute our only creed
and drop all denominational names, titles, creeds, and organizations.
have no desire to "found" a new church, but through faith understand
that the Lord adds the saved to the church which he purchased with his
own blood (Acts 2:47, 20:28). Since God and his Son are owners,
we are content to be known as belonging to the church of God or the
church of Christ. We will not be ashamed to wear the name that brings
glory to our Savior and be known individually as Christians.
families mentioned above have no intention of making the bigoted claim
of being "the only Christians", but we do seek to go back to the Bible
for every practice and therefore to be only what men of the first
century were; that is, "Christians only".
desire worship that is both devout and scriptural. Jesus taught that
acceptable worship was to be done in spirit and in truth (John 4:24).
We are determined to emphasize a reverent and orderly worship that is
designed to draw people closer to God and provide spiritual strength.
Bible teaches that the gospel (Jesus Christ and him crucified) is the
power of God unto salvation and is God's sole drawing call to men
(Rom. 1:16, 1 Thess. 2:3-5; 1 Cor. 2:2-5), therefore we have no
intention of using gimmicks and offering facilities for recreation and
entertainment to satisfy the carnally minded. Jesus said "Do not labor
for the food which perishes, but for the food which endures to
everlasting life, which the Son of Man will give you because God the
Father has set His seal on Him" (John 6:27).
you are interested in more information about our return to the Bible
approach or know of an existing body in Auburn, Alabama who has the same
goals, please call (334) 734-2133 and ask for Larry. We do not claim to
be infallible and therefore welcome anyone who can teach us the way of
God more perfectly (Acts 18:25-26). Even though our views at this
time might not agree with those you hold, if we both believe the Bible
to be truth an open investigation of that truth together can only do
good for all involved. Bible study in your home can be arranged at your