Worship begins at 10:30 am - We will be worshiping online for the foreseeable future.
Our worship services are where we gather to proclaim the good news that God has shared with us through the person of Jesus Christ. We engage in group and individual prayer, sing together, and hear the reading and preaching of God's word.
We meet around the Lord's Table every week, as that is one of our most deeply-held beliefs. We believe that communion, our weekly reenactment of Jesus Christ's last supper with his disciples, is open to all.
Everyone who comes to the church is invited to fully participate in our worship services. All are invited to share prayers during the Prayers of the People or light a prayer candle. We would love to have your voice in our choir (or just singing during multiple songs throughout the service)! There are many opportunities for members to serve in worship - worship leaders, elders, and deacons all help to make our worship services as meaningful as possible.
The liturgical season of Pentecost lasts about 6 months (from Pentecost Sunday—on May 31 this year—until the season of Advent begins—on November 29 this year). For this Pentecost season, our theme is Welcoming the Spirit, and we will focus on the varieties of ways the Spirit manifests in a garden—digging, planting, watering, blooming, sharing. Like in our garden at church, there is a time of preparing. A time of thought and intention. A time of nurture and hope. A time of expectation. A time of surprise and gratitude. A time of abundance and grace. And through it all, the Spirit moves and generates and creates. As we move through these next months together, you are invited to welcome the Spirit in all her manifestations—and to walk and work alongside her!