Our Meeting House


For decades, the church of Christ in Guy originally met in a cozy building on the corner of Pinnacle Springs Rd and Hwy 25. Like the town of Guy, we were small but with a big heart. Our church family was faithful and blessed by God; at the turn of the century, work began on a new building for us to meet and worship in.




Today we worship in a beautiful building at the corner of Hwy 25 and the Win Meadow Lake estates. Our auditorium holds a little over 200 people but usually on Sundays it’s only about half-full. We have grown tremendously in past years, however, nearly tripling our attendance. We welcome families and new members of all ages and everyone plays a part in bringing worship to God and growing in the faith.


 Our Elders

The New Testament speaks of Christians gathering together and being led by qualified men who shepherd them and help them on the road to Heaven. They have various designations that describe the office. They are called elders (Titus 1:5), bishops (Philippians 1:1), pastors (Ephesians 4:11). But whatever the Biblical title they go by, they serve in a qualified office: “If any be blameless, the husband of one wife, having faithful children not accused of riot or unruly. For a bishop must be blameless, as the steward of God; not self-willed, not soon angry, not given to wine, no striker, not given to filthy lucre; But a lover of hospitality, a lover of good men, sober, just, holy, temperate; holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince the gainsayers” (Titus 1:6-9). The role of an elder is to shepherd the flock of Christians at their location (Acts 20:28). At Guy we are currently led by three able men. Floyd Wiedower, Greg Hooten, and David Stephens have over a hundred years of combined Christianity between them and have been great assets to our growth, not only spiritually but also in number.


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Our classes are always bustling with young people. Every Sunday morning and Wednesday night they learn from people passionate about touching the minds of the next generation. God is taught and the children have fun learning about Him. What more could you ask?

In addition, every summer we host a Vacation Bible School for children of all ages. The kids sing, watch skits, eat snacks and most of all, they learn about the loving Father in Heaven.


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Each year we also host a special Ladies Day. Christian women and friends from all around sing pray and study together, enjoying a meal together and the blessing of good fellowship.

Also at the end of August is our special Homecoming Sunday where we welcome hundreds of friends and family visitors who worship with us. Every year we set an attendance goal and hope to break it on Homecoming Sunday. So far we have. In 2012 our goal was to welcome 100 people (we had 166). In 2013 our goal was 150 (we had 200).





We have so much going on, but more than anything else we care about souls. We’re praying for you and on behalf of our elders, deacon, preacher and every Christian who calls our church family “home,” we invite you to come study with us, come teach us and let us teach you so that together we can have the kind of unity our Lord We desires (John 17:21). Come visit us!