Worship is central to the life of our congregation. We are a community diverse in generations, race and ethnicity, educational background, sexual orientation and family type, and worship gathers us together once a week. We meet every Sunday to pray, sing, study scripture, and listen to sermons that connect God’s Word with our daily lives. Once a month we share communion, and Baptisms and other life cycle events are celebrated on a regular basis.
Worship 10:30 am Sundays
Our services, which begin at 10:30 am, last for about an hour and are followed by a Coffee Hour which has been lovingly labeled “the finest Coffee Hour in Christendom.” On the first Sunday of every month we celebrate communion.
Our Pastor, Rev. Ellen Jennings, preaches most Sundays with a congregation member or guest ministers adding their perspective periodically. In addition, we regularly hold intergenerational services, where the sermon may take the form of an activity that includes all ages.
Our sermons are Biblically based and address real-life questions, issues and concerns of importance to everyone.
Our Adult Choir sings a variety of music and is always eager to welcome new members, whatever your level of experience.
Lay Members, including our children and youth, play an active part in worship.
Sunday School (Grades Pre-K-8th) 10:45 am
Children and Youth are an important part of our community and are welcome to participate in a portion of the worship service each Sunday. If parents prefer, childcare is available from 10 am to noon.
Fellowship Coffee Hour
At the end of Coffee Hour, we frequently gather for an Adult Programs event, such as a workshop or a presentation by one of our members or friends about a work, volunteer or personal activity that matters to them.