Worship is the Center of our Life Together
We invite you to worship with us during the summer on Sundays at 9:30 AM
Worship is the center of our life together. It is where we meet with God, who comes to us through the story of Jesus; whose story we are a part of. We hear God’s word through the readings, prayers, and responses we speak to one another and through the songs and hymns we sing together. It is where we are reminded that we are ALL beloved children of God and reassured, through word and communion, of the grace God extends to us through Christ. Worship follows this pattern: gather, word, meal, and sending. Within this pattern there is flexibility and variation from week to week in the ways in which our community’s different gifts and concerns are expressed. Mystery, beauty, silence, joy, sadness, and the laughter and cries of our littlest ones are also things you might experience while you worship here. While worship mainly happens on Sunday mornings, it is connected to everything we do. It unites us with others, gives us a framework for conversation and how to live out our lives in practical ways, and pushes us to grow in faith.
The only way to truly understand our worship is to be a part of it – and all are invited to join us. Nevertheless, this section offers some insight into our worship life, some worship resources, and a few opportunities to become more involved.
Babies and Children are Welcome
Click here for more information on children's church and the nursery. Helpful facilities available to young families include:
There is a private room off the nursery, with a rocking chair, changing table, and pack-n-play crib. You and your baby are welcome to make use of it!
There is a changing table in the restroom downstairs off the Fellowship Hall and in the first floor family bathroom near the nursery.
Our nursery is open during worship and education hour, and is available for children up to age 3 or so. There are two attendants, and they will be happy to care for your young one, or to have you stop in with your child if anyone needs a break.