Welcome to our fellowship.

We hope you will join us!

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Service Times:

  • Sunday Morning: 10:30 am   
    Location:  1 Stumptown Road; on the corner of Washoe Avenue and Evergreen Street
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We are a non-denominational church located in Anaconda, Montana devoted to serving Christ and loving others.

About Us

Beginning in the late 18th century, men from different denominations studying independently of one another, began to suggest that it would be possible to restore the original model of the New Testament Church as it is described in scripture, in modern times. To do this they believed it would be necessary to return to the Bible alone and to rediscover there the nature and character of the first-century Church.

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Our Beliefs

Believing that true worship begins with the full sacrifice of the self, the Churches of Christ encourage members to ..."present your bodies as living sacrifices holy and acceptable to God..." (Romans 12:1-2). In doing so, every act that reflects praise and adoration of God then becomes worship. During the times when the body of Christ or the church comes together the members participate in...

Singing: The Church enjoys singing as a part of nearly every gathering. Following the first-century pattern, singing is a cappella.  (Ephesians 5:18 - 19)  (Colossians 3:16)

Prayer: The modern Church devotes itself, as the first-century Church did, "to prayer and supplication with thanksgiving..." (Acts 2:42, Philippians 4:6)

The Lord's Supper: The Church partakes weekly of the unleavened bread and the fruit of the vine that composed the memorial that Jesus commemorated during His last supper with the Apostles. (Matthew 25:26-29, Acts 2:42 and 46).

Bible Study: Just as the first-century Christians devoted themselves to "the Apostles' teaching..."(Acts 2:42) so do the Churches of Christ today. While other authors may be studied in conjunction with the Bible, the primary focus of each study is God's word.

Baptism:  Acts 2:38John 3:5Mark 16:161 Peter 3:21, and Acts 22:16  biblical evidence that baptism is required for salvation. Baptism is intended to be an initial act of obedience to Christ, an illustration of Christ’s death and resurrection, a public declaration of faith in Christ, a step of identification with Him, and a proclamation of desire to follow Him.  Baptism is the "death to self" and commitment to live for Christ.

For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.

Matthew 18:20