Currently we gather for in-person worship at 9:00am on Sunday mornings. Worship is held in the sanctuary and every service involves Holy Communion, a sermon, prayer, and a variety of music. In order to keep our community as safe as possible, we are asking everyone in attendance to mask, regardless of vaccination status, and to practice physical distancing.
Starting the weekend of Sept. 12, we will also be sharing on our YouTube Channel a prerecorded worship service that includes music, prayer, a sermon, and even the celebration of Holy Communion. You are welcome to view this from anywhere, at anytime! We are in the process of installing livestreaming equipment in our sanctuary, and look forward to providing that later on this year.
Fall Worship Series:
Some of the best conversations start with good questions—questions we’ve been meaning to ask, questions that keep us curious, and questions that lead us deeper into courage and connection. We’ve crafted this worship series around four guiding questions: “Where are you from? . . . Where does it hurt? . . . What do you need? . . . Where do we go from here?” As you can see, these questions aren’t surface level; they invite us to tell our stories, share our pain, care for one another, and dream about a new way forward together. We will explore these questions each week in worship and we invite you to practice asking these questions of yourselves and one another as we focus on revitalizing relationships and neighborliness this fall.
Sept. 19 & 26 – Where are you from?
Oct. 3 & 10 – Where does it hurt?
Oct. 17 & 24 – What do you need?
Oct. 31 & Nov. 7 – Where do we go from here?
Bible Studies on Wednesday mornings at 10:00am
Please join us for our weekly Wednesday Bible studies! These studies are about 45 minutes in length on Wednesdays at 10:00am. Your rostered leaders will take turns facilitating a study on the text for the upcoming Sunday. All future Bible studies will be scheduled for Wednesdays at 10:00am. Grab your Bibles and plan to join us!
Meeting ID: 811 0261 7998