Sunday 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM, The Breaking of Bread.
This is when the assembly meets to break bread. Each man takes turns leading the congregation in prayer, reading scriptures, or leading in song. Thanks is given for the bread which is a symbol of Christ's body, which is then passed amongst the congregation. Someone then gives thanks for the wine, which symbolizes Christ's blood shed for our sins. The cup of wine is shared by the congregation. The "remembrance meeting" is closed with a hymn and prayer.

Sunday 11:15 AM - 12:15, Sunday School.
Families who are not a part of the assembly usually get their fist impression form their children who attend the Sunday School. The Sunday School is designed to teach children what the Bible really says about God, Jesus, and salvation. The meeting is usually conducted by one of the men in the asembly, but on occasion will be led by a visiting preacher.

Sunday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Gospel Meeting.
The Gospel Meeting is opened with the singing of hymns and prayer. A speaker, or on occasion, two speakers, will read from the Bible and explain what God tells us about sin, our failure to meet God's standards, and God's way of salvation. The purpose of the Gospel Meeting is to spread the gospel to those who are not saved.

Thursday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Prayer Meeting / Bible Reading.
Several of the men will lead the congregation in prayer, addressing specific needs or subjects. The assembly then conducts a study of a portion of the Bible. A portion of scripture is read, and then the forum is opened so each man can comment or ask questions.