We are Family
One of the first things people notice about our congregation is that it feels like family. Whether at a fellowship event, such as the monthly Disciples Men & Women dinner, singing together in the choir, working on a work project, playing softball, or discussing a book in Sunday school, we enjoy being together. In times of crisis, members care for each other in tangible ways.
Our weekly worship is traditional in style and contemporary in content as we seek to apply our faith to our everyday lives. Around the communion table, we acknowledge Christ’s presence and remember the meal he shared with his followers.
Whether you are a long-time follower of Jesus Christ or curious about Christianity, adult Sunday school classes and other study groups provide opportunity to explore Christianity, ask honest questions, and discover ways to deal with life’s difficult issues. As we share together, love and acceptance are found. Supportive friendships are formed.
Opportunities for children and youth include Sunday school classes, Vacation Bible School, Children’s worship, and special seasonal events.
Our ministry doesn’t stop at the front door of the building. As individuals and a congregation, we work to make a difference in our community through involvement at Bedford Christian Ministries, Shepherd’s Table, Habitat for Humanity, Society of St. Andrew, and other ways.