Our worship is a contemporary expression of a practice that has its deepest roots in ancient Jewish worship, formed by the early Church and reformed by different circumstances and cultures over more than two millenia. It follows a structure that includes praise, confession, music, Bible readings, prayer, a sermon and communion for all worshipers.
As we honor our traditions we ask, What new thing is God doing among us? How is God calling us to reform our practice and understanding of worship? Whose gifts of music, speaking and planning might God be calling to this crucial ministry? Maybe God is calling you to respond, like the prophet Isaiah, Here am I. Send me!
Sunday worship is at 10:00 a.m.
Seasonal mid-week worship or study opportunities are offered, as well.