Logos Church meets on Saturday because we believe and affirm that the Sabbath Day (Saturday) is the prescribed day of rest and worship in the Bible.
The idea of resting and worshiping on the Sabbath instead of Sunday is rooted in the biblical tradition of the Sabbath. According to the Bible, the Sabbath is the seventh day of the week, which is Saturday, and it was established by God as a day of rest and worship for his people. In the Ten Commandments, God commands his people to “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy” (Exodus 20:8).
Furthermore, the New Testament does not record any instructions from Jesus or his disciples to change the day of worship from Saturday to Sunday. In fact, Jesus himself observed the Sabbath and taught his followers to do the same. In the Gospel of Luke, for example, we read that “as was his custom, [Jesus] went to the synagogue on the Sabbath day” (Luke 4:16).
The practice of worshiping on Sunday instead of Saturday is believed to have originated in the early Christian church, as a way to distinguish itself from Judaism and to honor the day of Jesus’ resurrection. However, this shift was not based on any explicit biblical command or instruction.
Therefore, for those who believe in the authority of the Bible and the importance of following God’s commands, observing the Sabbath on Saturday would be the more faithful and obedient choice. This means setting aside time for rest and worship on the seventh day of the week, just as God instructed his people to do. It also means recognizing the importance of the Sabbath as a day of spiritual renewal and connection with God, and honoring it as a sacred and holy day.
We hope you will join us in remembering the Sabbath every week.