What To Expect


Many people have never had a chance to worship at a Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). So, we hope to make sure that you know what to expect.


The Christian Church is similar in many ways to other mainline denominations, such as the United Methodist Church. However, there are some noticeable differences. First, the Christian Church celebrates the Lord's Supper (Holy Communion) every Sunday. Second, we do not recite any human creeds.


Even within the Christian Church, each congregation is unique. The following is a sample of what you will experience when you visit Louisa Christian Church:


Sunday School starts at 10 AM every Sunday. Everyone gathers in the sanctuary first to share prayer concerns, make announcements, and sing a hymn. Then, each person goes to there own class. We have classes for the young adults, women, men, high/middle high, elementary, and children.


After that, worship begins at 11 AM. We begin with a greeting and announcements, followed by a time for the Passing of the Peace. We then have a Call to Worship, Hymn of Praise, Opening Prayer, and a Children's Sermon. The rest of the service consists of Holy Communion, Offering, Special Music, Sermon, and Benediction.


Nursery care is provided during the worship service.