Worship & Music . . .

We were created to praise God, our Creator & redeemer. We gather together to worship God in spirit and truth, rendering to God a worthy offering.

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Worship Services
  • Sunday Worship is "relaxed traditional" and includes hymns, scripture readings, a children's message and teaching time based on the Revised Common Lectionary. The 45-minute service is held in our spacious Sanctuary (or in our air-conditioned Chapel during extremely warm weather). Holy Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month and on liturgically significant days.

  • Mid-Week Services are held each Wednesday during Lent. The informal 40-minute service is usually held in the Chapel and includes singing, prayers, and a brief message.

  • Mite Family Worship Room, located at the rear of the Sanctuary, is available for those with young children, anyone having difficulty sitting for an extended period of time, or those in need of a more relaxed worship setting. 

  • Streaming of Services is available through our website and Facebook page for those who are unable to attend "in-person" worship. 

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  • Chancel Singers - 1st & 3rd Sundays @ 8:00AM / Chapel

The Chancel Singers present special music during worship once or twice each month. CS is open to those able to sing on pitch and follow basic notation. 

  • Joyful Ringers - 1st & 3rd Sundays @ 10:00AM / Sanctuary

Our bell choir plays about once per month using 3 octaves of Malmark Handbells and Choirchimes. It is made up of those with basic music skills or some prior handbell experience. Our handbells have recently been refurbished!

  • WAM Team - 2nd Wednesday @ 4:30PM / Conference

The Worship & Music Team coordinates details related to our worship services and music program, including caring for our instruments and extensive music library. 

  • Altar Guild - Meets as needed

The Altar Guild is responsible for the care of the altar-ware, paraments, vestments, and flowers, as well as preparing the elements for each Communion service.