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At Alvaton, we believe that we all should strive to develop a strong personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We try to help our members to do that in every way that we can.
Sunday morning worship is at 9:00am followed by Bible classes for all ages at 10:15am. Sunday evenings we meet for worship at 5pm.
On Wednesday nights, we meet for worship as well as Bible class with our peer groups. This study time is a more casual setting where discussion is encouraged. There is a variety of adult classes offered including a ladies class and sign language ministry class.
There is a meal offered on Wednesday nights at 6pm. We ask that you pay $4 for individuals or $12 for a family to help cover the cost of food. An email is sent out every week to let you know what is on the menu. If you are not receiving emails from us and would like to, please click here to sign up! Email updates include all family updates and announcements and is a great way to stay informed.
What Happens in a Worship Service?
Sunday morning worship:
This is our main weekly meeting for our congregation. During this time, we take the Lord’s Supper together, sing, and listen to God’s Word being preached. This is our largest meeting of the week, and many people’s first visit our church by coming to our Sunday A.M. Worship.
Sunday evening worship 6pm:
On Sunday night our church gathers again for worship. The Lord's Supper is offered for those who were unable to attend morning worship.
Wednesday evening Bible study 7pm:
We hope you’ll join us to learn more about God during these midweek services. There are classes for all ages of kids. Teenagers have their own class and there are several adult classes.
What Time Do Services Start?
9 a.m. – Worship
10:15 a.m. – Bible classes for all ages
5 p.m. – Every Sunday evening we will have a service at which the Lord’s Supper is offered for those who were unable to attend in the morning.
7 p.m. – Bible classes for all ages
What Should I Wear?
What Size Church is it?
Our Sunday worship services have an average of 275 people in attendance. Sometimes as low as 230 and as high as 300. We have plenty of room for you and your family!
Will I Be Asked to Give Money?
We do bring an offering, but it is for our members and regular attendees. If you are a visitor/guest, please do not feel obligated to give.
Who We Are/What We Believe
Who We Are
We are Christians. Christians just like those first century disciples of Jesus Christ. Jesus said, “If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed” (John 8:31). We seek only to follow the words and instructions of Jesus and the inspired men who wrote the Bible. Doing this means that we are an independent and autonomous church. It means we worship like first century Christians did. It means we believe and practice what the New Testament church believed and practiced. We seek to maintain the unity of the faith as presented by Jesus Christ and the apostles (Ephesians 4:3,13; cf Jude 1:3).
We are a spiritual family. We share a common relationship to God as “sons and daughters” (2 Corinthians 6:18). Because of this relationship, we sustain a common kinship to one another, and strive diligently to be “kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love, in honor giving preference to one another” (Romans 12:10).
We are not perfect, nor do we pretend to be. We do strive for perfection (Matthew 5:48; Hebrews 6:1) in the biblical sense of seeking spiritual maturity.
The Bible. We believe the Scriptures (The Bible) to be the inspired word of Jehovah God. We accept and submit to the Bible as our sole standard of authority (Colossians 3:17; 1 Peter 4:11). While we do not pretend that we know the answer to every question, we do believe that all things pertaining to life and godliness have been revealed to us in the word of God (2 Peter 1:3). We believe that we must search the scriptures for the answers. We ask everyone to be like the Bereans of Acts 17:11 – to search the scriptures daily to see if what we are teaching is according to the revealed word of God. Because of our unshakable belief that the Bible instructs us to “every good work” (2 Timothy 3:16-17), we are committed to speaking out upon the moral, ethical, and religious issues of our times.