The Lord be with you.
And also with you.
Lift up your hearts.
We lift them up to the Lord.
Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.
It is good to give our thanks and praise.
These words, spoken at the heart of our Sunday service, express the essence of what worship is. We come together as a community on Sunday mornings to give up our lives in gratitude and praise. We come to feel ourselves part of something larger. This is expressed in song and the drama of the liturgy. Everyone has a part: congregation members, readers, musicians, ushers, communion assistants, and even the pastor! You are welcome to join us in prayer and praise.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we gather and connect as a community.
Beginning in March 2020, we were no longer able to gather in large numbers as we once did. However, we quickly established our capacity to stream services online. Many have found this experience of worship to be fulfilling and meaningful.
Even after in-person worship opened up again, many found they appreciated the ability to gather with the community even while at home. Besides COVID-19 there are many other reasons people might find themselves temporarily unable to get to church in person; we are glad technology still offers us a way to connect with each other and God on Sunday morning.
In the course of the pandemic restrictions have changed many times. At all times we wish to keep each other safe as a community. Please check our News and Announcements pages for the most up-to-date information.
Online Connected worship is available livestreamed on our YouTube channel, then posted for later participation on your own time.
Regular Worship Times
10:00 a.m. – Service of Word and Sacrament
This is our primary celebration of the Lord’s Day. The congregation gathers with hearts and voices raised in song. Children are welcomed, blessed and invited to take part in the opportunity to explore the word through fun, age-appropriate activities. The congregation is nourished by God’s word in scripture readings, sermon and prayer. Everyone gathers together to participate in the Lord’s Supper, to which all are welcome. Finally, the community is sent in joyful mission to the world.
Non-communion (Service of Word and Thanksgiving) are the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.