who we are.

 

What We Believe

The basis of our faith is founded on the Bible. Truth is essential! This is what we believe and it is the core of our values at Red Bank Church of Christ. Imagine the thrill of watching lives renewed as God stirs within us a passion to influence generation after generation through the love of Jesus Christ. Learn more about what we believe....

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Church Membership

HOW DO I JOIN RED BANK CHURCH OF CHRIST AS A MEMBER?


At the close of each sermon, we extend an invitation for people to come forward to receive prayer, ask for repentence, counseling, or information about joining our church. At that time, our elders can assist you and gather any necessary information. In general, you can unite with the church in one of the following ways: - A profession of faith in Jesus Christ, followed by a scriptural baptism. - Transfer of membership with a personal history of a scriptural baptism. Of course, the invitation of Christ to become a member of his body is open, not just after a sermon, but all of the time up until he returns to claim his own.




WHY IS CHURCH MEMBERSHIP SO IMPORTANT?


Formal church membership increases a person’s commitment through a shared responsbility with others. More importantly, the Bible encourages believers to “join” their lives together. As we all work to encourage one another and disciple others, let's consider the following verses: Unity and the Body: 1 Corinthians 12:12–31 & Ephesians 4:1-16 No Longer Strangers, but Fellow Citizens: Ephesians 2:11-22
Avoid Forsaking the Assembly: Hebrews 10:25 Leadership: Hebrews: 13:17





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