The Church In El Paso, TX USA

The church in El Paso, TX (Acts 2:47)

The congregation here in El Paso currently assembles together in the home of one of the brethren, as the saints did in the first century (Romans 16:4-5, I Corinthians 16:19, Colossians 4:15, and Philemon 1:2). We currently assemble at 10:00 AM for a Bible study followed by our worship service to God. For the address and/or directions please call or send a text message to: 1-915-525-5794

If you are concerned about the state of your soul, don't wait to assemble with us. It is foolish to wait to address your need for salvation (Matthew 25:1-13, James 4:13-16, and II Peter 3:9-14). Please, CALL or text message today to get help if you are lost (915-525-5794).

What To Expect If You Visit With Us…

1. What should you wear? We ask that you dress in a way that covers your body, the focus here is on the internal with only concern for modesty externally (I Timothy 2:8-10). That's it! Men can be as "dressed up" or "dressed down" as you want and the same for women. None of the male members currently wear suits and ties. Some of the women wear dresses and others jeans. Come comfortably dressed in a way that covers your flesh. Worship is about spirit and truth (John 4:20-24), not about a fashion show.

2. What about children? Your children are more than welcomed. Going all the way back to the times of the Law of Moses and forward children were taught the word of God (Deuteronomy 6:6-7 and II Timothy 3:14-17). They will stay with you throughout the class and worship time. We have children both young and older within our assembly.

3. How long does the service last? Our first study is about 90 minutes and begins at 10:00 AM. After that, we take a small break before the time of our formal worship. The worship is not on a scheduled time, but typically lasts 60-90 minutes. There will be prayers of thanksgiving (I Thessalonians 5:16-18), preaching (Acts 20:7), singing (Ephesians 5:19), the Lord's Supper for the saints (I Corinthians 11:23-33), and a collection of/for the saints (I Corinthians 16:1-4). On some occasions there will be a report given or matters pertaining to the church publicly discussed (Acts 14:26-28 and Acts 15:1-35). All of which you are welcomed to listen to.

4. Can I ask questions? Absolutely! During the 90 minute bible study questions are encouraged. They can be on topic or not. You can expect a Bible answer and explanation in return (Nehemiah 8:8). If you prefer not to speak up during that time, you are more than welcome to ask your questions afterward or arrange for a time to study privately. During the worship time, the setting is more formal as expected by God (I Corinthians 14:40). So, at that time questions are asked to be held until the service concludes.

5. Will I be asked to give money? NO! There will be a time wherein a collection is taken, but that is for the members of the congregation (I Corinthians 16:1-2). It may be handed to you to pass along, please do not think that is a suggestion you ought to give.

6. What is the seating like? Mostly, we have lightly padded folding chairs. There are more comfortable seating options if needed (i.e. a couch). We do currently meet in the home of one of the members, so we sit close to one another. So far, no one has bitten anyone else :)
Would You Like…

1. …More information? Contact the evangelist working with this congregation:

2. …Someone to study the Bible with you? We’ll study with you privately or you can come when the brethren assemble together (Acts 20:7; Acts 20:20-21). It would be best not to wait for us to assemble though (James 4:13-16). Either way, questions are welcomed.

Do You Know If You’re Truly Saved?

1. A lot of people think they’re saved. Yet the Bible shows that few will be saved (Matthew 7:13-23). To have a relationship with God, you must be obedient to the teachings of our Lord (II John 1:9).

2. There is an account in the Scriptures wherein a man was reading from the prophet Isaiah and was confused about what he was reading (Acts 8:25-39). If you read that account, you find that he received help from Philip who was an evangelist. That same help is available to you. Again, please call or email for assistance.

3. Even if you are not in or around El Paso, TX USA. Thankfully, we live in a time wherein communication is readily available world-wide. Don't hesitate to call or email your questions. We are not out to grow our numbers locally. Our desire is to do all that we are capable of to help anyone we can in seeking eternal life.