Through music, prayer, liturgy, and preaching, worship is created each week to offer a variety of avenues through which one can connect to God in community.
Worship begins at 10:30 am every Sunday morning.
Park Cafe: 9:00 am – 10:20 am Continental or Full Breakfast
Worship: 10:30 am in the Sanctuary (2nd floor).
Preaching: The Rev. Todd Petty
Youth: Middle and High School classes vary by week. Please contact the church office for more information about MS and HS programs.
Children: Childcare is available in the nursery and toddler rooms for children birth to 4 years old. Parents are issued a pager, if we need to make contact during worship. All children age 4 to 5th grade are welcome to join Sunday School in the Worship Center. Children will attend worship with their parents until “The Children’s Moment,” where they will listen to a children’s sermon before heading to the Worship Center with their teachers. Note: There are no Sunday Schools during the summer months.
Fellowship: Please stay after to enjoy refreshments and a time for coffee fellowship.
After Worship: Various events happen weekly, including musical rehearsals, adult education programs, or special interest meetings. Please check the church calendar for what’s on this Sunday!
Communion is Served
- the first Sunday of each month
- on all other Sundays communion is served by the small altar to the right of the main altar 15 minutes before worship begins
Communion is open to everyone. No exceptions. We believe the communion table is not our table. Nor is it the table of our denomination. It is the table of Jesus Christ, where no one is turned away and all are welcomed. Jesus shared his Last Supper with one who would betray him and one who would deny him. In the end, all who shared that meal would desert him. No matter what you’ve done, who you are, or what you believe, the gifts of the communion table are available for all who desire them. The power of the communion meal rests between God and all who share it. It is not our place or within our ability to prescribe what the communion meal can or should mean to anyone else. If you join us on a Sunday when communion is served, we hope you will come, eat, and be filled.