Our worship services are rooted in both the ancient tradition of the church and in our own contemporary life. As we gather week by week to celebrate God's gift of life and love, we are strengthened to receive and be a part of that gift in all aspects of our lives.
Our primary service is the Eucharist, a Greek word that means Thanksgiving. The service is also called the Holy Communion, or the Mass, and involves prayers, Bible readings, a sermon, and the sharing of bread and wine - the presence of Jesus Christ.
- 8 a.m. simple, quiet service (no music)
- 10 a.m. main service (music includes a mixture of acoustic guitar, piano, and organ music)
- 7 p.m. service with healing prayers offered (no music). This service is held in our historic Chapel.