Worship is at the very center of who we are and what we do at as a body of believers. Scripture teaches us and the Confessions affirm that men and women were created for the purpose of glorifying God and enjoying Him forever!
-A time set aside to be with our Heavenly Father.
-A time for prayer and confession.
-A time for studying the Word.
-A time for music.
-A time for celebrating our children.
-A time to offer our gifts to God
-A time to present God’s gift of salvation to all who will hear.
All are welcome, no matter what your circumstance. We are all saved by grace. We embrace a heritage of Christian Tradition through our liturgy, prayers and songs
Music is a vital part of our tradition. We have a Chancel Choir, a Children’s Choir, a Bell Choir, and at various times during the Church Year, we have both Choir and Children’s Cantatas, instrumental music and soloists.
Our Worship is planned for all ages. The children experience a weekly Children’s Message based on the theme of each week’s message. Following the message, the Children go to Kid’s Church for Bible learning, crafts and music.
Holy Communion is celebrated throughout the Church Year, usually on the first Sunday of the month.
Prayer – A half hour prayer time precedes each Sunday’s Worship.
“Engaging the Scripture” is a Sunday School Class which does an in-depth study of the Scripture for that week.
Scripture is the glue that holds the entire worship experience together through prayer, music, preaching and teaching.
People of all ages take part in leading and service the congregation each week.
Since Missions are a vital part of our Church’s Ministry, various missionaries take part in our worship services throughout the year.
One of the Mission in which many in our church participate is Operation Christmas Child. Both young and old help with this project. Our church is a regional collection center and we receive, process, and pack thousands of shoe boxes each year at Thanksgiving time.
Our worship ministry is led by our Pastor and a committee which meets to plan the worship experience so that it is meaningful to our God and to those who come to worship Him.