sing to the lord, all the earth, proclaim his salvation day after day, declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous deeds among all peoples.

~1 chronicles 16:23-24

worshipping together

Along with discipleship, our times of worship are God-ordained avenues for the Spirit's work to reach and shape us. As we gather around the Scripture and spend time in prayer, singing, and being challenged to submit to the values of Christ, we grow in faith and knowledge and are able to live out our faith daily. We seek to have our worship be holistic - body, mind, and soul - and Reformed. To learn more about what we mean when we say "Reformed", we invite you to look over this short snapshot of Reformed Identity.

We gather for communal worship time on Sundays at 10 AM.

During the service we sing a mixture of older and newer songs, led by a Praise Team with a variety of musical instruments. We spend time in prayer, thanking God for the wonders in our lives, asking for God’s intervention in areas of personal hurts and world concerns, as well as confessing to God our failures. We listen to God through not only the reading of Scripture but through the songs we sing, the moments spent in silence and through the preaching and teaching from the word of God. Some of us give money to the church and other causes at the offering time; all of us are invited to stay afterwards for a cup of coffee and occasional sweet treat. Sometimes we participate in or witness a baptism; monthly we celebrate the Lord’s Supper together.

On the first three Sundays of the month, there are programs for children and youth (up until grade 7) downstairs. After we worship God through song together, children are invited to go to an age-appropriate learning and growing time.

To guide our worship times, we follow the Revised Common Lectionary and the Christian Calendar throughout our worship year. To help you prepare for worship we invite you to listen to the passages for the upcoming Sunday each week on our Weekly Resources page; on this page you can also find our monthly memory verse, which we recite as a community on Sundays.

Listen to past sermons here.