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The church of Christ at Greenwood is a church patterned by the New Testament. Our purpose is to worship God, to teach and encourage one another, and to accomplish the work that Christ gives to His church. If you are looking for a group of Christians striving for heaven, then there is a special place here just for you.

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Service Schedule Change – March 20, 2020


The situation of the COVID-19 virus is unprecedented and very challenging.  After much consideration and prayer about the guidelines set forth by the government healthcare officials, we have decided that we will not be having our regularly scheduled public assemblies through April 25.  Currently, we are planning to return to worship at the building on April 26.

We do not like having to make this decision and did not make this decision lightly.  We have made this decision from the principle of loving others as we do not want to endanger others, especially those most at risk.

We know that we serve the almighty God and all things are possible with Him.  Please pray for all of us to have wisdom in the decisions we make.  Please specifically pray for those impacted by this virus and those caring for them.

We will continue to monitor this dynamic situation in the coming days and will update this website as needed.  We hope to return to our normal schedule very soon.

- The Elders

The Bible is Our Only Guide


The Bible is our only guide and source of authority for anything we do. We strive to do nothing more, nothing less, and nothing else than what the Bible says.

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                        Times of Services

Sunday                                    Wednesday
9:30 AM Bible Study             7:00 PM Bible Study
10:30 AM Worship
4:30 PM Worship
 
 

Friday, April 10, 2020


“You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”(Daily Reading, ESV)