Sunday Morning Worship

Summer Worship

The summer worship schedule runs now through September 3

  • One morning service at 10 a.m.
  • Sunday Evening Worship at 6 p.m.

Both the church narthex and the church library (at the end of the hall) are equipped with a live feed of the worship service. If families need a calm space, or people with special needs would benefit from a less crowded space, please feel free to make yourselves at home.

We do not offer Sunday school in the summer and dinner is not served before the 6 p.m. service during the summer.

Regular Worship Schedule

Starts Sunday, Sept. 10: Two morning worship services commences; Sunday school kick-off;
youth group and IMPACT youth music rehearsals begin.

Sunday Morning Worship - 9 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.

The Nursery is available for children ages up to age three.

Godly Play Worship for Children is available for children in kindergarten through second grade

Stepping Stones for Preschool Children (ages 3-5)

Sunday School for children and youth, 10:15 a.m.

Sunday School for adults, 10:15 a.m.

Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month. On Communion Sundays communion will be served around the table during the 9 am service and during 11:15 service we will serve in stations.

Sunday Evening Worship - 6 p.m.

It’s smaller than the services we hold in the morning, so we are able to use some different tools.

  • We start with dinner, at 5:15. Meal teams make things like chili and roasted chicken and pork carnitas. It’sfree, but we welcome donations. Youth join us fordinner, as Sunday is youth group night. If you don’tknow a lot of our youth, this is a great way to get toknow them.
  • Worship starts at 6. We have fabric banners around the perimeter of the worship space that act as a kind of soft boundary, hemming us in together in sacred space.
  • Lanterns provide soft light.
  • We share Communion and Psalm readings every week.
  • We offer a private prayer station, for two friends to gather and pray together.
  • Children have a separate play area, with worship tools. This is a “come as you are” space: Feel free to dress casually and carry complicated feelings. We’re all in this together.
  • We begin and end worship with simple refrains. This repetition helps you get the Good News into your bones.
  • Remember the 80s sitcom Cheers? This is a placewhere everybody could know your name.

Join us.