Worship With Us

Discover how the Bible is relevant to our lives today and walk away with steps you can apply to your own life.

 

When we worship, we show how much God is worth to us. 

We worship as a community because each person brings a unique gift to God through their prayers, presence and witness. Worship is not just something we watch. Worship is what we do.

We worship not because God needs it but because we need it. We need to be reminded of how great our God is, what God is doing in and through the church, and how much we need God’s presence in our lives. The way we worship forms us as people and equips us with the power that we need to go and live out God’s purpose in our lives. An essential part of worship is the idea of sacrifice: in response to Jesus’ sacrificial death on a cross, we offer ourselves—our prayers, our voices, our presence—as a holy and living sacrifice to God. We sacrifice the time and energy that we could devote to other things, good things, so that we can celebrate the greater thing, which is our relationship with God.

We also worship out of love. Because love is not just a feeling that we feel but a skill that we develop. Our love for God and for one another reaches its ultimate expression in worship.

Worship transforms us.

Every Sunday Morning

SUNDAY WORSHIP

8:00 AM – TRADITIONAL
9:30 AM – MODERN
11:00 AM – TRADITIONAL

Join us at 9:00 or 10:30 am for coffee in our Fellowship Hall

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

We invite you to “come as you are” and explore what Jesus Christ has to offer you through Biblical teaching, music and prayer.  Our services are approximately one hour. Call us for further info.  

WHERE WE MEET

CHILDREN

After the “Children’s Moment” at the 9:30am service, children may attend Sunday Morning C.A.P.E. Faith or return to their seats. 3-5 year olds will be escorted by volunteers to their class in “The Cove.”

Worship Bags are available during all three services.  These bags contain fun activities for children of all ages and are located in the entrance to the sanctuary.  Please return them to the baskets after each service.

Childcare is available for infants and toddlers during all three services.

 

This Week in Worship

Say What?

This series explores some of the difficult sayings of Jesus, teachings that seem counter-intuitive and even unrealistically difficult.  Understanding of the historical and cultural context surrounding these teachings helps us to gain clarity on how we might best live out the truth Jesus is offering us.

August 19

Sunday’s Music:

8:00 
9:30 – Praise Band
11:00 – Sanctuary Choir

Sunday’s Message:

“Love My Enemies?”- Rev. Mark Miller

 

 

Summer Series

Say What?

July 8: Can Rich People Get Into Heaven?
July 15: Why Must I Hate My Family to Follow Jesus?
July 22: Why Do the Rich Get Richer?
July 29: Jesus Did Not Come to Bring Peace?
Aug 5: If You Divorce and Remarry, You Commit Adultery?
Aug 12: I’m Not Supposed to Judge?
Aug 19: Turn the Other Cheek and Love My Enemies?
Aug 26: Did Jesus Destroy the Law?
Sept 2: TBD

Listen to a Sermon

 

 

Our Church Sanctuary is fully accessible to wheelchairs. For the hard of hearing, the sanctuary is equipped with the Hearing Loop T-Coil system.  Large-print worship bulletins and hymnals may be requested from the ushers if you have trouble with your vision.

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