THE PRAYER MEETING

Each Wednes­day night at 6:00 pm a free meal is pro­vided by Mar­tinez Bible Chapel in the fel­low­ship hall. All are invited to join us for din­ner and to spend time together.

We believe that gath­er­ing together in cor­po­rate prayer is of utmost impor­tance for believ­ers in a local church and that an effec­tive prece­dent was set by the early church as they con­tin­u­ally devoted them­selves to prayer (Acts 2:42).

At Mar­tinez Bible Chapel, every Wednes­day night at 7:00 pm a period of time is devoted to the study of Scrip­ture and then a time is devoted to prayer. Men are pro­vided the oppor­tu­nity, and have the respon­si­bil­ity, to pray and offer thanks­giv­ing to the Lord audi­bly on behalf of the saints. It is a valu­able oppor­tu­nity to be together, be of one mind, and be thank­ful and dili­gent to pray for oth­ers and to be led by the Lord.

Doctrinal Statement

The Bible is inspired of God, inerrant, and the final authority in all matters of faith and practice. (II Timothy 3:16)There is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Deut. 6:4; John 1:1)

The Lord's Supper

On the night on which He was betrayed, the Lord Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper with His disciples. He did so on the night of the Passover feast, anticipating His coming sacrifice as the true Lamb of God. As He passed the bread and cup to His disciples, He commanded “This do in remembrance of Me.” (Luke 22:19)

Prayer Meeting

We believe that gath­er­ing together in cor­po­rate prayer is of utmost impor­tance for believ­ers in a local church and that an effec­tive prece­dent was set by the early church as they con­tin­u­ally devoted them­selves to prayer (Acts 2:42).