We are so happy you have stopped by our website, and we want you to know you are welcome to stop by in person and participate in our worship services and bible studies. We meet every Lord’s Day morning and evening for worship and Wednesday nights for a mid-week bible study, see times posted in the banner below. We look forward to your visit!

To assist you in feeling comfortable when you visit us, we want to share a little about ourselves with you...

We are a loving church family striving to serve and honor Christ. When you visit, we want you to feel welcome. As “the body of Christ” we will make every effort to demonstrate His love for you. You will be greeted by smiling faces and warm hearts.

Our members refer to the congregation as the “church of Christ”, not in a denominational sense, but in the same sense in which Paul used it in Romans 16:16. We recognize that there is no one particular title for the church in the New Testament, but we use this phrase simply to give the honor to the One who deserves it. Jesus Christ shed His blood to purchase the church so we are simply recognizing that we are a church that belongs to Him.

We are a church that is independent, with no head except for our living Savior, Jesus Christ (Ephesians 1:22-23). We are organized congregationally. Elders are God’s shepherds who protect, guide, and care for the flock. Elders appoint servants who are in an official capacity called deacons (1 Timothy 3:8-13).

We are dedicated to preaching and teaching the Word of God in love and in truth (Ephesians 4:15). We believe in maintaining Biblical balance. This means that while we want to follow the truth we will do so in a loving, gentle, manner (2 Timothy 2:24-25). We seek neither to make laws where God has not made them nor do we seek to take away the laws that God did make. In this way we seek to follow the motto that says “In matters of faith, unity; in matters of opinion, liberty; in all things, love.”

We are committed to simple and spiritual worship. When you come to our Sunday services you will find that we: sing (A Cappella); take the Lord’s supper weekly as a memorial of the death of Jesus; preach from the Word of God; pray together; and take the opportunity to give of our means.

How to Find Us:                                                    

204 Long St,

New Johnsonville, TN 37134

(931) 535-2682


Mailing Address: PO Box 203

New Johnsonville,TN 37134

Times of Service:

Sunday Bible Study 9 AM

Sunday Worship 10 AM

Sunday Evening 6 PM

Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 PM

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Triple R Productions, Inc.