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About Vegas Drive

The Vegas Drive Church of Christ is a local congregation, located in Las Vegas, Nevada. We are not a part of any denomination. The only identity we desire is to be the church that you read about in the Bible. The one our Lord came to this earth to establish (Matthew 16:18), the church that we all read about in scripture, not a denomination devised and organized by man. We only want to be the church, on a local level, nothing more, nothing less, and nothing else.  We diligently strive to fill our role as “the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth” (1 Timothy 3:15).

The Bible is our only authority as to what we believe, teach, and practice doctrinally (2 Timothy 3:16-17).  We meet together on the first day of every week to partake in the Lord’s Supper (Acts 20:7), study and teach God’s word (2 Timothy 4:2), sing praises to His name a cappella (Ephesians 5:19; Colossians 3:16), petition Him in prayer (1 Timothy 2:1; James 5:13,16) and give back to Him from the financial blessings with which He has blessed us individually (1 Corinthians 16:2)

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A full walkthrough of worship services

People can often be hesitant to attend worship services at an unfamiliar church. To help alleviate any apprehensions you may have we would like to explain what you can expect when you visit with us at the Vegas Drive church of Christ. Here you can find an overview of what a Sunday service will look like, the order and an explanation of the biblical basis for all matters.

The service will formally begin with some announcements pertaining to the congregation and an opening prayer.

We will then move into the singing of multiple short hymns and the partaking of the Lord’s supper.

Next we will take a collection from the saints and will than benefit from a 30-45 teaching from God’s word. 

The service will formally close with a final prayer and an invitation to change your life and become a Christian.

Announcements

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Before our worship service to the Lord begins, we take some time to welcome all our members and visitors, introduce ourselves, and update members on recent activities that have or will be undertaken by the congregation.
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Opening Prayer

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As commended by Jesus in John 4:23-24 and by the Apostle Paul to the Corinthians in 1 Cor 14:15, we worship the Lord God in Spirit and in Truth (i.e., with all of our heart, mind and soul in full and complete harmony with the Holy Scriptures).
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The service will formally begin with some announcements pertaining to the congregation and an opening prayer.

Singing

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Since we desire to worship the Lord God in Spirit and in Truth, we follow the pattern of the first century church do not use any musical instruments or clapping when singing praise to the Lord.
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The Lord's Supper

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Like the Christians in the first century (Acts 20:7), each Sunday on the first day of every week, you will observe the congregation eating bread and drinking the fruit of the vine in memory of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ (Matthew 26:26-29).
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We will then move into the singing of multiple short hymns and the partaking of the Lord's supper.

Collection

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The Biblical basis for offerings, is it enable the church to serve and do the work of God. In the scripture passage of 1 Corinthians 16:1-4, Paul tells the Corinthian Church to set aside funds collected from their assemblies for those who are destitute but are not members of their fellowship.
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Preaching

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The early Christians were encouraged to go everywhere telling about Jesus. We continue to do that today and you will find preaching to be an integral part of the worship service. At each worship assembly a sermon will be presented from God’s Word.
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Next we will take a collection from the saints and will than benefit from a 30-45 teaching from God's word. 

Invitation

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Paramount in every worship service is the opportunity for individuals to become a Christians. With that in mind, we teach what God requires us to do to become a Christian at all assemblies.
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Closing Prayer

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At the end of every church service, there is a closing prayer. It is another opportunity we take to give thanks in unity and express our gratitude to Almighty God for his presence as we ask for His blessings.
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The service will formally close with a final prayer and an invitation to change your life and become a Christian.

Commonly Asked Questions

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Whether you are new to the area and looking for a church home, or if it has been a long time since you have attended church at all, we hope your first visit at Vegas Drive Church Of Christ will be a blessing and help to your life.

If you are visiting the Las Vegas area and are in need of a ride to worship, complete the following request form and transportation with one of the brethren will be arranged. 

Absolutely! We celebrate our children at Vegas Drive. We have many children here who regularly participate in worship and praise.  Some of the greatest benefits to children come from seeing their parents worship God and participating in the service together

We have a designated ‘family room’, and you may always use the front entry foyer if you ever need that option.

We always recommend you wear what you would wear, when you go and worship the God of the universe. After all, thats what we are doing! We also glad that you’re joining us and want you to be focused on the service rather than your wardrobe. In the summertime, it’s not uncommon to see people wearing short sleeves. Others prefer to still put on their “Sunday best,” and that’s fine too! 

We want our service to be a blessing to you. We hope you will find in our church a warm family spirit, truth from God’s Word and a home where you can grow in God’s grace. Please do not feel any obligation to participate in the offering as a guest. You may give what you can, if you can, and we hope you do so out of a true desire to help us continue to do the Lord’s work.