Port Hueneme, CA.
Our goal is to determine from the New Testament what the church is supposed to be and do according to the plan God laid down.
The preacher does not have a title. He is not referred to as Pastor or Reverend. He is usually referred to as brother or by his first name, because all brethren are just that -- brethren..
You will find a diverse group, coming from varied backgrounds, and at different stages of knowledge and spiritual growth. People who strive to love God and one another.
One of the unique things about our singing -- and something you may find strange -- is that the music is "a capella," meaning we sing without the accompaniment of musical instruments.
If you visit on a Sunday, the Lord's Supper will be included in our worship. Every individual member assembles with a local congregation to proclaim the death of Christ.
Many prayers will be offered in the service. The prayers are led by men of the congregation (Acts 4:23-31; I Timothy 2:12).
Nothing at all! Your participation is appreciated but not required. We do not solicit money from our visitors. The work in Port Hueneme is supported by its own membership