Lord’s Day Worship Service
The pinnacle of our week is the corporate gathering of the church to participate in corporate worship. It is at this time that we as a body participate in song, prayer, the public reading of Scripture, and hearing the Word of God expounded.
Sunday School Classes
Each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. we gather for a time of Christian education as we dig deeper into God’s Word around particular themes and topics.
Believing that God has gifted the Body of Christ with all the necessary tools to strengthen one another, we value and plan times of regular fellowship in our church calendar to facilitate these relationships. We pray that they grow well beyond these times, but we give intentional time to this effort each Wednesday evening at 6:30 p.m. (informal with each family bringing their own meal, and the church providing drinks) and on the last Sunday of each month for lunch after the morning worship service.
Believing that music is a gift from God we take special care in instructing the next generation to make much of this gift. Children are taught rudimentary music theory, as well as songs that worship our Savior each Wednesday evening at 7:15 p.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study
After the fellowship meal each week we go in depth to study the Scriptures in a systematic way. At times we study through a book of the Bible, at other times we delve into a doctrinal study, or perhaps a Bible study of some specific topic. The goal is always the same, to be in the Word of God together in an interactive way that instructs, encourages, and challenges us to live for God’s glory.
Ladies’ Fellowship Bible Study
Each month the ladies get together for fellowship, encouragement, and teaching that centers on the unique needs and challenges of being a godly woman, wife, mother, and friend.
Men’s Bible Study
As men we get together on a monthly basis outside of the normal weekly routines to address the call of men to be Biblical leaders and examples in their own lives. We pray together and exhort one another to be what God has called us to be.
The Great Commission is a call to live out the Gospel in a global way. Colonial Bible Church participates in missions in many ways. Some go, and some give. Some do both. We participate in various projects at various times having worked with missions projects in our own culture, and cultures the world over to make Christ known.