In Acts 20, you read how the early church began gathering for a special time of worship on the day of the week that Jesus arose—Sunday. In Revelation 1, the Apostle John refers to Sunday as the day that had become, in the minds and hearts of the church, the Lord’s Day. We have the pleasure of worshipping the Lord on any and every day. But within a few decades of Jesus' resurrection, the early Christians began to gather as an assembly on this day. They even began referring to it as a day that uniquely belonged to the Lord . . . The Lord’s Day.
Following the example of those early Christians, we've chosen also to maximize the Lord’s Day. This is the day, more than any other day where we gather to worship, connect, grow and serve. Join us as we gather on The Lord’s Day!
- If you are planning your first visit to Colonial Baptist Church, we have additional information for guests at our VISIT page.
The Lord's Day Schedule