Who Are You?
We are everyday people. We are very young and very old. We are students, teachers, clerks, accountants, nurses and doctors. As a group, we have made just about every mistake possible. We certainly are not a perfect bunch.
Our income varies as does our race and gender. We support different sports teams and hold differing political views. We are fat, skinny, tall and short. We are varied.
There is one thing that we all share. We all believe in Jesus Christ as our Savior.
Jesus is the only head of the church. He shares his kingship with no one else. We stand squarely in the middle of the Scriptures. We have no other book of authority besides the Bible. There is no creed book, no council, diocese or presbytery. We are just Eastern Shore people struggling through life just like you.
Our worship service is simple. We all join in worship together. For entertainment, we go to ballgames and theaters. For worship, we assemble and direct our praise heavenward.
Like everyone else, we have sampled the sinful life and found it empty and deceiving. In Jesus, we find a new purpose and a new life.
The family at Eastern Shore welcomes you. Come, observe and question. We want to serve you as we have been served by Jesus.
Thank you so much for visiting our web site. We hope you will also visit us at one of our services. The Eastern Shore church of Christ belongs only to Christ. Our worship is simple and aimed to please God. He alone is the object of our worship. We are not in the business of entertainment. Instead, we praise God and encourage one another just like the original Christians of the first century.
Some of our worship may be unfamiliar to you. Everyone participates and we seek to be orderly in our worship (1 Corinthians 14:40). We sing acapella (without instruments), we pray, we commune around the Lord's table, we hear preaching that is Bible based and we give. You will be neither embarrassed nor troubled by our worship although you will be challenged to live more like Christ.
You will be our guest. Come, seek the Lord with us.