When one submits in obedience to the terms of the gospel, Paul said that one puts on Christ (Galatians 3:26-27) and is found "in Him" (Philippians 3:9). When one has "put on Christ" he or she is at that point a Christian - a Christian only.
When we go back to the New Testament, back before all the religious confusion and division of today, back before human creeds and traditions alienated and divided men, we learn that God's children were called simply "Christians" (Acts 11:26; 26:28; 1 Peter 4:16) without any sort of denominational distinction attached. In fact, such sectarian division was condemned by the apostle Paul (1 Corinthians 1:10-12).
The scriptures are completely sufficient to instruct us concerning every spiritual need that we have (II Timothy 3:16-17). When we read, study and apply the precepts of the New Testament, we will be just what the first century Christians were. We will live by the same rule of faith and do the same things in worship and in the work of the church that they did.
We invite you to attend our services and study with us. We will not embarrass you in any way, but will treat you as an honored guest. When we take a collection during our Sunday services, we don't want you to feel obligated to contribute to our work. We look forward to meeting you.