Worship isn't the whole point of church.
But it's a good place to start... and start again.
Worship is like the hub of the wheel that connects our lives--mind, body, and soul--and our life together as church. Singing and silence, scripture and sermons, sharing our prayers, sacraments, and service all come together in worship to form and reform us in a living faith that connects us with God's people who have gone before us and to the future the Spirit is creating ahead of us. It's not just "quiet time with God," but an opportunity to practice living with one another as forgiven and forgiving, justice-seeking, peace-building people trying to follow in the Way of Jesus.
We worship Sundays @ 10am LIVE! via Zoom
- Worship generally lasts about an hour.
- We're a liturgical church, meaning we generally find the traditional Western church calendar with its cycle of seasons and holy days and the Revised Common Lectionary cycle of suggested Bible readings to be helpful spiritual tools. But you never know just where the Spirit will lead.
- We celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion (aka The Lord's Supper or the Eucharist) the first Sunday of each month, and EVERYONE is invited to Christ's table. In this pandemic season, we invite you use whatever's at hand at home: bread and juice, or wine; coffee and cookies; crackers and water. God is always ready to work with whatever we bring to the table.
- There is an Order of Worship that maps out how the worship service flows and includes any prayers or hymns. It's available for download on the front page of the website each week.
- Children and youth are always welcome in worship; in fact, there is a time with the pastors meant just for them each Sunday.