And he who was seated on the throne said, "Behold, I am making all things new."Revelation 21:5 (ESV)
Athey Creek Christian Fellowship is a body of believers desiring to know the Lord in an ever-increasing measure. We are a non-denominational fellowship associating with all who are in the Body of Christ.
Our Saturday night and Sunday morning services are identical to one another. Like much of what we do at Athey, these services are simple and casual. Acts 2:42 offers a clear description of how the early church operated. It is our desire to follow this model as closely as possible. Since we study through the Bible, book-by-book, on Wednesday nights, the Saturday and Sunday teachings usually highlight a particular verse or section from the upcoming midweek study.
What to Expect
If you plan to attend one of our services, you can expect the following:
- A church in a warehouse; nothing fancy
- Casual attire and atmosphere
- Bible study that is applicable to daily living
- Earnest worship that is uplifting and biblically based
- A Children’s Ministry that provides a safe environment where kids can learn about Jesus
- Parking that is located in several parking lots that surround our building; attendants will steer you to a spot
From the start, the vision for ACCF has been clear and focused: we want everything we do to point to Jesus. This means that we keep things simple. Acts 2:42 outlines the model of the early church, “And they continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers.” We take this verse to heart and conform to that pattern in the various ways we minister. We view the church as a refuge, a hospital of sorts, where those who are lost, hurting or just plain worn-out feel welcome. Our hope is that we all find the healing and refreshment we need as we follow this example from the early church.
If there is any way we can assist you in growing your relationship with God, we are more than happy to help. We have pastors and elders who would be glad to talk with you or pray for you. You can give us a call at the office or visit one of our services. May the Lord bless you!