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Thomasville church of Christ

God's Plan for the Church
Devotion - Strength - Giving - Worship
- Growth
(Acts 2:4147)

Come Join Us
Come Join Us

As a church of Christ, we follow Jesus Christ, the Bible that Jesus received, and the New Testament as Jesus gave all truth to His first messagers to write.

> What does God provide through the church? God gives believers a church family and community for devotion, strength, giving, worship, and growth as in Acts 2:41-47. All peaceful people are welcome.

> What happens when this congregation meets? We welcome you to join us in Bible study at 9:30 AM and the assembly at 10:30 AM on Sunday that begins with congregational singing, followed by communion, and then preaching from the Bible. Guests are not expected to give, but we will give you a Bible if you do not have one.

> How do we dress? Most dress is often in collar shirts, dresses, dress casual, and some in jeans.

> What about kids and teens? We have Bible classes taught by faithful and trusted teachers. During assembly, we are currently training children to listen and participate by sitting together or with their families. We have women volunteers to help watch the youngest children in the nursery.

> What is the teaching and preaching like? The preaching is filled with Bible and drawn from the Bible. Click and listen to biblical sermons: "Who Pastors the Flock?"; "Because God Is Not Far from Anyone;" "Life in the Womb;" "The Crucifixion of Christ;" and "The Nature of Jesus's Resurrection."

Meeting Times
Meeting Times
Sundays
9:30 AM - Bible Studies for All Ages
10:30 AM - The Assembly
 
6:00 PM - Evening Assembly
**No evening assembly on the last Sunday of the month.**

Wednesdays
7:00 PM - Bible Study

Directions
Directions

Kids Bible Club
Kids Bible Club

Come join us for Bible Club!

Every Wednesday night 7-8 PM, we have Bible lessons, crafts, games, and snacks for grades K-6.

Why Were Believers Baptized Immediately in the Bible?
Why Were Believers Baptized Immediately in the Bible?

Believers were baptized immediately in the Bible to accomplish something urgent. What is the purpose of the one baptism? Click here to find out.