9:00 – 10:00 AM Blended Worship
This service is informal and engages children in worship through interactive participation in song and dance. The music includes a mix of groups led by the worship band with piano accompanist, hymns, and modern Christian music. Communion is served each week. After the Children’s Message in the sanctuary, children may remain in the sanctuary or leave for Children’s Church … their own time of education and interaction. They are divided into two groups by age: Pre-K & K/1st-5th grade.
11:00 – 12:00 PM Traditional Worship
This service is more formal in presentation and uses both printed and extemporaneous prayers. A crucifer and acolytes join the procession with our pastors. The music includes congregational hymns, choral anthems, organ, handbells, and instrumental ensemble with Communion on the first Sunday of each month. After the Children’s Message in the sanctuary, children may remain in the sanctuary or leave for Children’s Church…their own time of education and interaction. They are divided into two groups by age: Pre-K & K/1st-5th grade.
Fellowship and Community
8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Be sure and stop by the Reed Room, adjacent to the sanctuary, for coffee and refreshments each Sunday morning. Breakfast foods and beverages are offered at 8:30 am and again after the 9:00 am service with additional food and beverages before and after the 11:00 am service.
10:00 – 11:00 AM
Small Group Opportunities- Sermon Discussion Small Group and Soul Sisters meet in the Reed Room between services.
The Nursery staffed by child care professionals, is available during both services and is located in rooms 101/103 on the Lower Level.
Frequently Asked Questions
Feel free to come as you are– no special assembly required.
Absolutely not! You’ll find that we will greet you warmly and welcome you but you will not be required to stand up during worship or be recognized in any other way.
Check out the next Disciples Path, a six-session gathering of newcomers led by Rob Robertson. This is a great place to get to know others, learn more about the life of faith, and ask questions.