Weekly Saturday Worship at 5PM – We return to our weekly service of Holy Communion for the upcoming program year. This service is more intimate and little less formal with more spoken liturgy and monthly appearances by our acoustic group Soulful Strings. We look forward to Saturdays when they lead us in worship. Holy Communion is always offered on Saturday nights. As we begin a new program year together, begin to think about family members, friends, co-workers, and neighbors who could benefit from Saturday worship, especially those who have work or sports on Sunday and need a Sabbath with the Word. Also, think about those who may have medical issues that make mornings difficult or those who are returning to the church and looking for something different. Growth opportunities abound.
Sunday Worship at 8:15 & 10:45 AM – (Please note new worship time for upcoming program year) For those of you who have been waiting for “your worship time” to return, the time has come! We look forward to our more intimate and prayerful early worship featuring music from soloists and instrumentalists (with occasional appearances by our bell ensemble) as well as the gradual return of our music program at our later service (now @ 10:45). Holy Communion is celebrated at least twice a month on Sundays (First Sundays and Festivals – Weekly during Advent & Lent @ 8:15)
Christian Education @ 9:30 AM – Sunday School resumes this Sunday September 12. We can’t wait to see our children and youth and hear about their amazing summer. Adult Education begins on September 19 but feel free to gather for coffee and refreshments in the Hospitality Room.
We are looking forward to changes in our Education program as the result of two new Sunday School classrooms downstairs, three new Adult Education and small group spaces on our main floor, and our brand new Hospitality Room for food, drinks, and conversation in between and after worship. Also, our building lay out and gathering spaces are now far more welcoming for those with mobility issues. Invite family and friends as we begin a new year of worship, learning, and service together.