Welcome to the Berea church of Christ. We hope you will be blessed by your visit with us. We believe the Bible to be the inspired Word of God and that it is our sure guide in all aspects of life. It is our goal to worship as directed by God’s Word and to teach and obey the will of God as revealed in the Bible.

Our Plea


Let us speak where the Bible speaks and be silent where the Bible is silent. Let us call Bible things by Bible names and do Bible things in Bible ways. Let’s live the ancient faith.

Bible Study


We have classes available for all ages, from cradle roll through adults. Read more for more information on classes currently available.



Services are held at:

Sunday School: 10:00am

Sunday AM Worship: 11:00am

Sunday PM Worship: 12:00pm

Wednesday Bible Study: 7:00 PM

Any additional services or events will be announced on our bulletin board and on our website.

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Weekly Devotional

As I was on my bus route one day I saw a flock of sheep in a field. In a corner next to the fence, I noticed several sheep grouped together. There, tangled up in the fencing ,was a little black lamb. A man, the shepherd I suppose, was walking on the other side of the fence toward the sheep, on his way to rescue the poor little lamb.

Right away I saw a lesson in that sight. Are you like the sheep who was in trouble, or are you like the other sheep along the side? At times we all might be like both. If you are in need of help, do you call to others for help, or are you the one who will gather around when one is in distress?

If you do not let anyone know there is something wrong in your life, then no one will know. We must use our distress signals just like the little lamb baa-ing for help.

On the other hand when you see one of your brothers or sisters in trouble spiritually or in need of something, do you step up to help? We should “Bear one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ” (Galatians 6:2).

When we see our brother or sister needing help spiritually or physically, we should lend a supporting hand. We should be by their side to comfort or talk to them when they are sad or overwhelmed with burdens. Cheer them on if they need some encouragement. If you can’t do anything, call for someone else to help. Be like those other sheep who do all the baa-ing. They are calling to the shepherd for help. We should all call for help to the shepherd, to our Lord Jesus Christ.  “He will tend his flock like a shepherd; He will gather the lambs in his arms; He will carry them in his bosom, and gently lead those that are with young” (Isaiah 40:11).  ~Janine Tuggle (Stockton, CA)

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