What to expect on Sunday
Walking into a new church can be intimidating. We’ve all been there.
How we worship…
We worship on Sunday with a more traditional service in our Sanctuary. Our Sanctuary service has a choir in the fall, winter, and spring and special music offerings in the summer. We also have a service in a more intimate setting in the fall, winter, and spring in our Chapel.
Expect to see worshippers in all sorts of clothing; we encourage you to come comfortably.
Our pastor shares sermons that will lead you into deeper experiences of God’s presence in the world and the desire to love and serve others. In addition to our pastor, you will also see many lay folks participating in the service including music, serving communion, and leading prayer.
We serve communion every Sunday. Everyone is welcome to take communion, those who’ve put their faith in Jesus and those who want to. Our communion cup is filled with grape juice.
Our services and a restroom are fully handicap accessible.
…and love our kids…
Children and youth are highly valued. They’re invited forward to share in a brief Children’s Time during worship. Younger children are welcome in our fully staffed nursery or the sanctuary.
…and learn together.
We also value education and fellowship. Sunday school classes are available for children, youth and adults starting at 9:30 am during the fall, winter, and spring months.
After both services, many people meet in our Fellowship Hall to chat, support each other, and enjoy a cup of coffee, tea, or snack together. We invite you to join us.
We welcome everyone, regardless of race, gender, age, economic status, physical or mental ability, sexual orientation, familial status or faith history.
Click here to meet our staff.