Worshiping God Together
Giving glory to God is the primary reason why Christians have gathered together for almost 2,000 years. Holy Eucharist and Morning/Evening Prayer are the building blocks of our faith, giving us strength and encouragement for the journey as we live out our Christian faith among our family, friends, co-workers and others we encounter throughout our daily lives.
There is one primary service on Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. Most Sundays, we have a Service of Holy Eucharist (Mass), which is a traditional worship service with hymns, Scripture readings, a sermon, prayers, and communion. On the first Sunday of the month, we share in Morning Prayer together, which is a formal liturgy of hymns, readings and prayers, led by a member of the congregation.
We encourage babies and children of all ages to be in the sanctuary during church, and we are glad for a little "joyful noise" as they participate with us! Otherwise, how do kids learn to actively participate in church? There are small activity bags with coloring books, crayons and other goodies at the back of the church. Be sure to pick one up for your child to use during the service if you need one.
Following our time of worship together, many of us gather for what we call the "eighth sacrament" - coffee hour! If you are new and have time to stick around for a little while, we invite you to stay. Coffee hour is a great time to build and strengthen community as we catch up with one another and share in each others' lives.