The Eastern Meadows family is a congregation of the non-denominational church of Christ. We are committed to the work of our Lord, Jesus Christ, and the New Testament exemplify (Mark 16:15-18). We worship Him in ways that He and the inspired New Testament writers instructed us (2 Timothy 3:16, 17). Much of our heritage can be traced through the "Restoration Movement" (1700-1900's America) and all the way back to the book of Acts.
When you visit Eastern Meadows church of Christ, you can expect to find:
A loving family focused on maintaining and growing New Testament Christianity;
Imperfect people who believe in the perfect plan of Christ;
Christians who are active, Godly agents in our community;
Opportunities for individual and group Bible studies, marriage and family enrichment, and fellowship
A worship service that is reverent, sincere, and based on instructions and examples from the New Testament;
An intriguing class and study curriculum to enhance your knowledge of the Bible
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST (Romans 16:16)
Jesus said, "I will build my church" (Matt 16:18)
The Church had a great beginning as the apostle Peter preached the first gospel sermon, and in one day, about 3,000 souls "gladly received the word" and were baptized (Acts 2:41). From there, the Bible says that "the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved" (Acts 2:47).
Jesus declared, "All authority has been given unto me in heaven and on earth" (Matthew 28:18). Shortly thereafter, Jesus ascended into heaven, but He told his apostles that he would send the Holy Spirit to remind them of all that He had taught them (John 14:26), and to guide them "into all truth" (John 16:13). These Apostles recognized Jesus as the "head over all things to the church" (Ephesians 1:22).