Plan Your Visit.
Worship assemblies: Sunday @ 10am and 6pm
Study assemblies: Sunday @ 9am & Wednesdays @ 7pm
Weekly ladies study: Tuesday @ 10am
Frequently Asked Questions
What time should I get there?
Our service times are above, but we’d love it if you arrived a few minutes early to let us say hello and help you feel welcome!
Where should I park?
There is parking located all around the building. Visitor and handicap parking is also available. Park wherever works best for you!
Where should I go when I get there?
Walk right in! There is just one main entrance to our church building, it’s hard to miss. We can’t wait to meet you and answer any questions you have!
What should I bring?
If you have a Bible, you will definitely use it when you visit with us! Other than that, just bring yourself and an enthusiasm to worship God and study His Word.
What about my kids?
During Bible class periods, we have classes for all ages. Your kids would be welcome to go to class with kids their age, but they’d be just as welcome to go to class with you and the other adults in the main auditorium. It’s all up to what you and your family are comfortable with.
During worship periods, we all gather together in the main auditorium. However, there is a cry room/nursery available for parents with young children.
How long do assemblies usually last?
Bible class assemblies usually last about 45 minutes, while worship assemblies usually last about one hour. Before Bible class on Wednesday night, we gather together in the auditorium for about 15 minutes of worship and study.
Every Sunday in our worship assemblies, we perform what we call the “five acts of worship”:
- Singing (Eph. 5:19; Col. 3:16)
- Praying (1 Tim. 2:8)
- Taking the Lord’s Supper (Acts 20:7)
- Giving (1 Cor. 16:2)
- Preaching (Acts 20:7; Rom. 10:14)
We want to do Bible things in Bible ways in all things, including our worship. Our goal in worship isn’t to entertain or make ourselves feel good, we just want to please God. For more on how we worship, check out the “What We Believe” section on our About Us page.
In every Sunday morning assembly, we give our members an opportunity to give money to support the Lord’s work. However, if you’re not a member of the congregation, we don’t ask or expect you to give. We’re just delighted you’re sacrificing your time and energy to worship God.
The following is a modesty statement from our elders. We appreciate your following it!
We want to encourage everyone to consider their example to others as followers of Christ. We must always consider what we do and say that influences and tells others who we are. God expects us to dress modestly so we will exemplify Godliness and not worldliness. Please abide by the policy the elders have asked us to follow. For all Church-sponsored trips, outings, work, parties, and other functions on church property, the elders lovingly ask that no apparel shorter than knee length be worn. Some knee-length apparel, however, is not modest, and therefore not appropriate. Discretion must be used! Thank you.
Absolutely! We believe all people are made in the image of God, regardless of the things they may have to do differently because of their physical bodies.
If you need help with taking care of your special needs friends or family during worship or want to visit with us but are worried, please let us know and we will have someone ready to help you when you arrive.
We don’t have a children’s church – we love having children in our worship services! It’s a perfect time for them to be touched by Jesus and His Word and see their parents worshipping Him.
We do, however, provide a nursery room for parents who may need it to take care of their children.
Meet Our Preacher
Anthony Dismuke is married to his wonderful wife, Raven, and together they moved to New Orleans in July 2021. Anthony originates from Rockford, Illinois and graduated from Auburn High School in 2011. After high school, Anthony attended Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, VA. He then attended Memphis School of Preaching and graduated in 2021. It was while he was living in Memphis that he met Raven, who was raised in Pensacola, FL. She graduated from Florida State University in the Summer of 2019 with a Master’s degree. Anthony is the full-time Pulpit Minister at the DeGaulle Drive church of Christ.
Anthony and Raven love playing games and watching movies. They also love traveling and being around their family.