Drawing of Church

happens in WORSHIP?
We invite you to join us for our Worship Service at 10am on Sunday mornings
and for a time of fellowship and refreshment afterwards

After announcements for the good of the community, music helps us center
and prepare for worship.  The call to worship and first hymn are a joyful
invitation to celebrate our relationship with God, after which we examine
our lives and the pastor offers assurance of God’s forgiveness.  During the
“Time for the Children in all of us,” the pastor leads the children in a
short discussion, story and prayer.  There are musical offerings by choir
and/or handbells as well as hymns sung by all of us.   Readings from the
Bible are followed by the sermon in which the pastor reflects on these
readings.  “Joys” and “concerns” of the congregation are included in the
prayer led by the pastor. After the offering, we sing a final hymn. Together
we say our commission to remind ourselves how we want to be and the pastor’s
blessing sends us out into the world to live our faith.
Hearing assistance devices are available during worship, as well as large
print hymnals and bulletins. Our building is wheel-chair accessible.

Other worship opportunities include:
Communion for all on the first Sunday of each month.
Quiet meditative evening services with Taize chants during the 6 weeks
of Lent, before Easter
Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter services
Christmas eve services

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