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Welcome to Augusta Road Church of Christ

We are a body of believers striving daily to live and share the love of God. Come help us spread the Gospel.

At Augusta Road, we strive to be a friendly, growing church. We are a diverse congregation that reflects the fact that God’s church is for all people, and know you’ll feel at home here. It is always our goal to do Bible things in Bible ways; nothing more or less. We seek to exalt Christ in song, prayer, teaching and our daily lives.

Livestream

All of our services are livestreamed on our YouTube Channel. See the most recent below or visit our channel for more.

What About Worship?

Worshipping God is one of the greatest connective activities any Christian can embrace. It joins […]

February 6, 2019

What About Pastors?

Pastors are leaders of local, autonomous congregations. These men are selected from among the congregation […]

February 5, 2019

Diary of a Bible

January:  A busy time for me.  Most of the family decided to read me through […]

April 4, 2018

January:  A busy time for me.  Most of the family decided to read me through this year.  They kept me busy for the first two weeks.  They have forgotten me now.

February:  Clean up time.  I was dusted yesterday and put back in my place.  My owner used me for a few minutes last week.  He had an argument and needed a reference.

March:  I had a busy day the first of the month.  My owner was appointed leader of something and used me.  I got to go to worship for the first time this year—Easter Sunday.

April:  Grandpa visited us.  He kept me on his lap for an hour reading 1 Corinthians 13.  He seems to think more of me than he used to.

May:  I have a few green stains on my pages.  Had some early spring flowers pressed in me.

June:  I look like a scrapbook.  They have me stuffed full of newspaper clippings—one of the girls got married.

July:  They put me in a suitcase today.  I guess we are off on a vacation.  I wish I could stay home as I will have to stay in this thing for a month.

August:    Still in the suitcase.

September:  Back home again in my old place with a lot of company.  The TV Guide, Sports Illustrated, and newspapers are on top of me.  I wish I was read as much as they are.

October:  They used me a little today.  One of them is very sick.  Right now I am shined up and on the center of the table.  I think the preacher is coming.

November:  Back in my old place.  Was asked today if I was a scrapbook.

December:  They are getting ready for Christmas, so I’ll be covered with wrapping paper and packages.