The church one can read about in the Bible was established by Jesus Christ when He shed His blood upon the cross (Acts 20:28, Matthew 16:18, 1 Corinthians 3:11). The church of the Lord is the only one He will save on Judgment Day, and that church wears His name for it is His bride (Ephesians 5:24-33, Matthew 15:13-14, Eph. 5:23, Romans 16:16). The members of the Lord's church are called "Christians," not "born again Christians," because that would be like saying, "Joe is a human man." Neither is the preacher called "Reverend," because only God is Reverend (Psalm 111:9). The church of the Lord governs itself not by the creed books of men, but by the word of God only (Mark 7:7, John 8:31-32, John 17:14-17).
The Lord's church has a simple worship service because that is what the scriptures authorize (John 4:24). The members comes together upon the first day of the week to partake of the communion, which consists of unleavened bread and the fruit of the vine (the blood of the grape) (Acts 20:7, Matt. 26:26-29). The members give one time only according to what they might have prospered during the week, and visitors aren't expected to give anything (1 Cor. 16:1-4, 2 Cor. 9:7). The song services is vocal without mechanical instruments of music, choirs and solos, because the scriptures teach that the melody is to be made with the heart and each person is to partake (Eph. 5:19). There is also teaching and praying being carried out in the worship services as well (Acts 2:42, Acts 20:7).
Hope to hear from you or to see you at the services.