About Our Church

We are an independent, non-denominational, instrumental Christian Church with roots in the Restoration Movement.  Some of the principles that guide us are that we speak where the Bible speaks and are silent where the Bible is silent, in essentials unity and in opinions liberty, and we are Christians only but not the only Christians.

Our Mission:  Pointing People To Jesus
Our Vision:  To build disciples of Christ that will develop disciples of Christ and to be a church that is pursuing God, extending compassion and building community.
Our Core Values:
Biblical Authority
Cultural Relevance
Building Community
Outreached Focused

The Beginning

On the night of July 20, 1955, a group of New Testament Christians met to discuss the possibility of starting a New Testament Church in West Waynesboro.   This group consisted of seventeen (17) adults and eleven (11) children.

The Jackson-Wilson Middle school auditorium was secured as a temporary meeting place and on November 23, 1955 five (lots) on Cortland Street in the Mondomaine Subdivision of Waynesboro were purchased.  On May 24, 1956 a permit was secured to erect a building on the above mentioned lots with funds pledged by the personal signatures of members.

On September 21, 1957 our building of Worship was dedicated and in the 1970's a new Sanctuary was built, at which time the original Sanctuary became the Fellowship Hall.  

Frequently Asked Questions

We eagerly hope that you will choose to visit and worship with us in the near future.  As you make that decision, you may have some questions as to what to expect, below you'll find answers to some Frequently Asked Questions.