A gospel meeting is an hour long presentation of the message of the Bible. This message is called “the gospel” which means “good news”. And the message of the Bible is just that – good news!
The meeting starts with some hymn-singing, and then two speakers will speak for 30 minutes each. Each speaker will generally read some verses from the Bible, and then speak about how those verses convey the gospel message. Our goal is to explain simply and clearly what the Bible says, how that "Christ died for our sins, according to the scriptures," and why it matters. At the end, the second speaker will close in prayer, and we finish by singing another hymn.
You don’t need to say or do anything, and there is no altar call at the end. We don’t take up a collection, so you will never be asked to give money. If you have questions or want to discuss what you’ve heard, we’d be happy to speak with you, but if not, that’s OK too.
When we have a series of gospel meetings, this message is presented every night using different passages from the Bible. We encourage you to come every night. The Bible says "Faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God". Our prayer is that you will hear the Word of God, and respond in faith to what Christ has done for you when he died on the cross.