What To Expect When You Visit Us

What To Expect When You Visit Us

Posted by Scott Chitwood, Category: Announcements, Church News,

We look forward to welcoming you to Jersey Village and making you feel like you’re right at home!   It excites us that you are thinking of visiting us soon.  To help you feel comfortable, here are some of the things you can expect to see when you visit:


Sunday Bible Class

Beginning at 9:00 am, we conduct Bible classes for all ages: from newborns through elementary; Junior and Senior High school; from single adults and young marrieds all the way to senior adults there is a Bible class where you will feel connected and welcome.  We spend class time studying God’s Word and discussing how it applies to our lives.  During the class, feel free to make comments, ask questions, or sit back and observe—whatever you are most comfortable with!

There are several Bible classes for adults to choose from including lecture and discussion formats.



Our Sunday morning worship service begins at 10:00 am with a song, followed by a greeting, announcements and a preview of the sermon. This will be followed by more congregational singing.  Please join us in singing praises to our Lord!  The words to the songs are projected on the screen as a convenience.

During our worship service, a message from God’s Word will be presented that is intended to both give a deeper understanding of God’s purpose and also to inspire us to apply Scriptural truth to our lives.  Before the sermon, all 2 year olds through kindergarten age children can be excused to attend our Bible Hour, where they will partake in age appropriate activities and lessons.

We also pray and observe Communion.  Communion, or the Lord’s Supper, is a special meal in which Christians reflect on the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.  All Christians are invited to partake of this meal with us. After Communion, a collection will be taken up from our members to support the work of the church.  However, as our guest, you should feel no obligation to give.

At the end of the service, we will be dismissed with a song and a closing prayer.  On the last Sunday of the month, our Bible Hour children will come in and sing songs and recite Scripture that they have learned that month.