A Place for Enrichment
For every person of every age level, we offer a number of opportunities – programs and ministries for children, youth and adults.
A Place for Service
Just as Jesus came “not to be served, but to serve…” we look forward to the opportunity of reaching out in service to others. This applies both within our church family and beyond.
A Place of Worship
The primary reason we meet together is to focus our attention on God, giving worship and receiving grace, love, blessings and inspiration. Each of these occasions is a special time of spiritual refreshment.
“…there is no longer male and female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”
Gender justice means recognizing that men and women are created by God, redeemed by Christ, and gifted by the Spirit truly without distinction or partiality. In Christian community, gender justice means encouraging both men and women to exercise their Spirit-given gifts in the church’s work, worship, and leadership, and celebrating the truth that the Spirit grants such gifts without respect to gender. gal328.com
We believe the scriptures teach that the redeeming act of Christ on the cross has broken down all barriers between humankind. We of the Roanoke Church of Christ recognize the contributing gifts and talents of all the redeemed, regardless of gender. If you are a newcomer, we welcome you and invite you to join us in the grace and freedom of Jesus Christ our Lord.
|Sunday School||Sundays 9:30 am|
|Sunday Worship||Sundays 10:30 – noon|
|Wednesday Dinner||On Hold Due to COVID|
|Wednesday Study via Zoom||Wednesdays 7:00 – 8:00 pm|
“When my wife and I moved to Roanoke for my work, we didn’t know anyone or have any family connections. We came from a large church with an elaborate worship service and were looking for something similar in Roanoke. When visiting the little Church of Christ in our neighborhood, we didn’t find what we were looking for. What we did find however, was a wonderful group of loving Christians that embraced us and made us feel like we were a part of their group from the first visit. We also found a sense of refreshing humility and thoughtfulness from the pulpit that I have seldom experienced elsewhere. Not only did we feel welcomed, but with a smaller church community we also felt like our presence truly mattered. We never felt like another face in the crowd, as we often did at our previous church. We made a move back to Mississippi to raise our son near his grandparents, but forever the sweet people of Roanoke Church of Christ will hold a special place in our hearts.“
– David and Stacy Maharrey, Former Roanoke Church of Christ Members