What to Expect
Our services begin at 10:30 am, and last about 60-70 minutes. We sing hymns and contemporary worship music. Our spoken liturgy is based on Scripture, and we shape our worship around the Christian calendar. We celebrate communion on the first and third Sunday of each month and welcome all who believe in Jesus to come to the table.
What about COVID?
We are meeting inside, and there is enough room to physically space as desired. You are welcome to wear a mask and there is one section of pews where masks are required, but they are not required in general.
Those working with or volunteering for programs with kids 5 and under are required to wear masks.
Our practices are reviewed regularly, and we will respond to any new recommended protocols. If you have any questions, please contact our office.
Current Sermon Series
Ordinary Time is the part of the Christian year that stretches out after Pentecost and ends at Advent. The color for this season is green, symbolic of growing things. And that is how we are meant to spend these weeks and months of “ordinary” time: staying connected to the vine, soaking up the nourishment of God’s word, delighting in God’s love - and growing in faith, hope, and love.
We will be hearing from a variety of preachers from mid-July to mid-August.
July 17 - Dr. John Haas
July 24 - Dr. David DeJong
July 31 - Rev. Ken Baker
August 7 - Dr. John Haas
August 14 - Kelly Bain-Conkin
August 21 - Rev. Dr. Chris Rea
August 28 - Rev. Dr. Chris Rea