What to Expect When Visiting Us?

When you walk into the doors of Millersville Church of Christ, we hope that you have a sense of homecoming and welcome. You truly are our honored guests, and we are sincerely happy that you could come. If you ever need a ride to the church building, give us a call at (615) 859-1841, and we’ll see what we can do!

Where Do We Meet?

Millersville Church of Christ is located at 1158 Louisville Hwy in Goodlettsville, TN.

When Do We Meet?

Sundays at 9;30 A.M- Bible Study

Sundays at 10:30 A.M.-Worship

Sundays at 5 P.M.-Worship

Wednesdays at 7 P.M.-Bible Study

How Do We Worship?

When you visit, you will meet people who, just like you, sincerely want to follow the teachings of the Bible, and please God with their lives. You’ll find that every sermon and class is based on the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17).We hope that you will bring a Bible so that you can follow along. If you don’t have a Bible, or have forgotten to bring one, we will be happy to let you borrow one of ours. We still strive to do Bible things in Bible ways, and to call Bible things by Bible names-nothing more and nothing less. We seek to exalt Christ in our songs, prayers, sermons, and lives (Colossians 1:18). An air of hope fills the church as we think of the beautiful promise of heaven for God’s faithful children (Revelation 21:1).

Our worship services¬†generally open with a brief welcome from one of the elders who will then read a passage of scripture. After an opening prayer, the song leader then leads the congregation in two or three songs. During the Sunday morning service and at the end of the Sunday evening service, we have the opportunity to remember Jesus’ sacrifice by having the Lord’s Supper. At that time, we pass around plates of unleavened bread and fruit of the vine as Jesus did with his apostles on the night before he was crucified. (1 Corinthians 11:23-29).

After the Lord’s Supper, members can make a financial offering for the work of the church, and the spread of the gospel (1 Corinthians 16:1-2). Guests are not expected to give.

Following the Lord’s Supper, we will sing another song, and then our preacher delivers a sermon from the Bible. All are encouraged to bring their Bibles and follow along as he leads the study (2 Timothy 2:15).

At the sermon’s end, the Lord’s invitation is offered (Matthew 11:28-30) for any who want to become Christians, or rededicate their lives to God. There is no coercion, we only hope that all come to know the Lord. The service lasts a little over an hour and concludes with a song and prayer.¬†

After the final prayer, we hope that you will stick around for a few minutes so that we can get to know you a little better!