Everyone wants a church that feels like home.

Everyone wants a church that feels like home.

Whether you’re new in town, visiting for a while or just looking for a different place to worship – it’s intimidating to walk into a new church. At Downtown Church of Christ, you’ll feel welcomed and loved from the first time you walk through the doors.

During the worship service several of the men will lead the congregation in public prayers.
We worship God in spirit and in truth.
We sing several songs and hymns together, led by one or more song leaders. These will be sung acapella (without the accompaniment of musical instruments).
We partake of the Lord’s Supper each Sunday, following the pattern of the first century church.

Build Connections that Last

One of the most important aspects of becoming strong in your faith, is building healthy relationships with other believers who have a sincere and mature walk with God. When you visit you will be warmly welcomed by people who are genuinely interested in you.  We hope you will see the love of Christ at work in our hearts; come spend some time with us

Jesus said, “By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.” (John 13:35)


What Downtown is About

Our Little Pantry

We Are Helping People Affected by War Inside Ukraine

Loading boxes of supplies to be loaded on a container headed for Ukraine
Thankyou letter

We’re About Faith

“Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God” (Romans 10:17). At Downtown, you can grow in your faith because we love the word of God and include it in every activity.

We’re About Friendship

We all need friends — those who understand our needs and come to our rescue. You will find the members of the Downtown Church of Christ to be true friends.

We’re About Family

As Christians, God is our Father and we are His children, brothers and sisters in Christ. God made this possible through the life, death, and resurrection of His Son.

The Downtown Church of Christ strives to be a group of Christians “where strangers become friends, and friends become family.”