How we serve Christ together as a community
We were not created to live in isolation; we need one another. Community is essential to the Christian life. This community develops in three ways: Sunday worship, Small Groups, & Membership.
We gather together on the Lord's Day to stir one another up to love and good works, to sit under the preaching of God's Word, to participate in Christ's ordinances, to pray, and to sing praise to God.
The primary way Citizens Church promotes community is through Small Groups. This is where we develop our deepest friendships, receive regular encouragement, and where we disciple one another. Small Groups meet Wednesday and Thursday evenings to share a meal, study and apply the Bible, and pray for one another.
Although we tend to avoid commitment in our culture, it is only through commitment that we grow. To become a member of a church is to commit to its confession, practices, and people. Therefore, becoming a member means committing to being discipled and making disciples. If you desire to mature your faith, then membership is for you! We have membership classes on the 3rd Sunday each month from 6 pm to 9 pm.
Citizens Church wishes to foster a deep commitment to one-on-one and group discipleship amongst the women in our community. We offer a weekly study on Sunday mornings at 8 am. To get connected, email email@example.com
Church community can be difficult for midshipmen. For this reason we encourage you to get connected with the Baptist Collegiate Ministry that meets Tuesdays at 7 pm on the Yard.
Every second and fourth Saturday of the month we serve with our local Pop-up Pantry to distribute groceries and baby products to those who are in need. 8:30 am at Mills-Parole Elementary School.