We invite you to join us in our worship of God. Our 9:30 worship seeks to bring us together into a shared experience of God’s presence, with the Word at the center. Our worship follows the traditional reformed order:

  • We Gather to Worship
  • We Prepare to Hear the Word
  • We Listen for the Word of God through our Time with Children, in Scripture, in Music, and in Sermon
  • We Respond in Thanksgiving, giving our gifts and sharing in prayer
  • We Are Sent Out to Serve this world in Christ’s name.

The Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, also known as the Eucharist and Holy Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month. This Sacrament is also celebrated at special times in the church, in special services.

Our congregation welcomes all people to our Lord’s Table, of all ages and traditions, and stages of faith. We underscore this inclusive welcome by serving only gluten-free bread and grape juice.

The Sacrament of Baptism is celebrated upon request. Our congregation follows the Presbyterian/Reformed tradition of infant baptism and the baptism of adults who have not previously been baptized. Because our tradition includes the promise of the congregation to support the family in raising the child in the faith, normally the parents, or a parent of the child to be baptized is a member of the church.

Special worship services are held during Holy Week and in Advent and Christmas. We also gather for prayer and worship at times important to our community and in response to events in our area, our nation, and the world.