Come, let us worship.
Gathering around Word and Sacrament

Our worship is centered on Word and Sacrament, meaning you will hear biblical preaching and be invited to the Lord's table for Holy Communion. And yes you are welcome to receive communion.  Jesus placed no restriction on who was welcome at His table and neither do we. There is a place for you here.   

Physically distant, socially connected
Worship in the time of COVID-19

We celebate services of Holy Communion Sunday morning at

  • 9 am - Celebration & Discovery (with Sunday School)- IN PERSON
  • 10:30 am - Traditional Hymns-  IN PERSON AND LIVESTREAMED

and Saturday evening at 5.- IN PERSON

Facing a continuing pandemic and the delta variant, we currently wear masks until seated at leat six feet from anyone not in our immediate households and whenever we sing. Those who prefer to remain masked at all times are welcome. 

If you are not able to join us in person,we invite you to celebrate with us virtually, right here on our Livestream page.


Livestream 10:30 am Sunday
This Week's Bulletin
Hymns & Prayers

Click here for the words to this week's hymns & prayers, and other details from this week's worship.

Worship Livestreams

Livestream will start approximately ten minutes before the second service (around 10:20 am)

Our Worship Space
Honoring our history, ready for tomorrow's disciples.

Built in 2012, our worship space is open, ADA accessible and climate controlled. We project the liturgy, prayers, psalms, lessons and hymns on overhead screens so there's no fumbling with bulletins and books -- but, of course, folks who like to read music can still find hymnals in the pews.

Join us in the sanctuary for a spoken word Service of Holy Communion on Saturday Evenings at 5pm.