What To Expect

Who makes up the Cabot Church of Christ?

We’re a diverse group, coming from varied backgrounds, and at different stages of knowledge and spiritual growth. We don’t know everything. We are not brought together by perfection or righteousness but an understanding that we are all in need of Jesus’ cleansing blood.

It is this understanding that allows us to celebrate our diversity while, at the same time, coming together as one to edify each other and worship the true and living God.

It won’t be hard to find our faults but looking past them, you will see a group of people that love each other, love Jesus, and love God.

What happens during the worship service?

Upon entering the auditorium, please feel free to sit wherever you would like. There will be ushers at the back of the auditorium if you need help finding seating. You will notice that the announcements, songs, and message will be projected up front throughout the service. During our time together you will experience a number of prayers, sharing of the Lord’s Supper, singing, and a Bible based message. We want you to feel welcome and while many members will greet you and introduce themselves, we will not require you to stand or be recognized in any other way. You will see some people dressed in blue jeans and others dressed in ties. We will welcome you no matter what.

Our worship is simple and designed to keep the focus on God, not ourselves.

What will be expected of you?

Nothing at all! As our guest, you are welcomed to participate but please, don’t feel obligated, just observe if that is your choice. You may be asked to fill out a visitor’s card. This simply provides information so the church can write or call to thank you for your visit. Supply the information if you are comfortable doing so.

It is our prayer that at the end of the worship service, you will have been uplifted, drawn closer to God, and felt good about being with us.