9:30 a.m. every Sunday this summer
When you arrive to this service, you will be greeted at the door by a member of the church who can assist you with any questions or needed directions. An usher will hand you an order of worship, and then you can find a comfortable spot to sit at in the sanctuary.
Child care is offered for children through age 5 in the nursery. You are welcome to take your child to the nursery before the service starts, or you can include them in worship with you and take them to the nursery after the children's sermon, as indicated in the order of worship. Children are always welcome to stay with you throughout the service, and we have activity sheets and crayons for them available in the narthex.
This service contains many elements of traditional worship, including the singing of classic hymns and contemporary songs; responsive readings and prayers; a children’s sermon; scripture readings and a sermon; and communion on the first Sunday of the month. The church choir sings regularly at this service.
Breakfast Worship Service (ON SUMMER HIATUS)
A continental buffet breakfast is available weekly in the back of the fellowship hall. When you arrive, please get something to eat and find a table to sit at -- and fellowship until the service begins at approx. 8:15 a.m.! We remain seated around the tables throughout our morning together. Children of all ages are welcome in the service, as we do not have child care for this service at this time.
This service contains many of the same elements as the sanctuary worship service, although somewhat abbreviated and more casual in nature. A music team leads us in song with guitars, a keyboard, and the occasional special musical instrument! The sermon and scripture are the same at both services. The order of service and song lyrics are projected onto a screen. Communion is served on the first Sunday of the month.
GLUTEN FREE BREAD FOR COMMUNION OFFERED We are pleased to offer gluten-free bread as an option for communion. You will find it separated from the other bread in the center of each communion tray.