Digital Worship Guide
Click below for a mobile-friendly way (.pdf) to follow along in worship:
A live stream broadcast of our Traditional Worship service is available during worship here.
Current Worship Series
How do you build a church?
The Book of Acts explains to us the ups and downs of the very first church, the community of faith that Jesus set the disciples up to create in his name.
He didn’t give them a handbook for what was to come, but he did give them a few rules - love God and love others - and a purpose: “... you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” - Acts 1:8b
And they would do this by the power of the Holy Spirit, which would bind them together as a family in the name of God. Still, they would run into their issues as the church formed:
Who can join up?
How do we deal with opposition?
What do we do with our enemies?
How do we do life together?
As we continue into a season of reclamation, as we lean into hope as Easter People, as the world returns to health, what can the formation of the first church tell us about what God wants to do with us today? How do the turning points of the first church’s story coincide with the issues we encounter in this place and time as we rebuild and encounter God moment by moment?
About Traditional Worship
Each Sunday morning at 9:00am, we offer a Traditional worship experience that regularly includes piano/organ accompaniment, and on special occasions, handbells, children's choir, soloists, brass, or orchestra. Currently, due to COVID-19, our adult Chancel Choir is not meeting.