Weekly Sunday Service

Our Sunday morning worship services are the center of our gathered community of faith. Every Sunday is a “little Easter” and celebrates the saving work of God in Jesus Christ. Regular participation in worship sustains both the individual and the congregation seeking to live out God’s purpose in the world.

As a general practice, we follow the Revised Common Lectionary and our worship practices follow the liturgical calendar. Regular Sunday worship is enhanced by special services throughout the year, as well as a vibrant music program.

Our regular service each Sunday is at 11:00 a.m., in the Sanctuary. During this time, children in the first and second grade are invited to Children’s Church, where they engage in age-appropriate activities related to the theme of the day. Children’s Church is currently led by Reverend Kim Crowley, our Interim Minister to Children.

Sunday Worship, May 28, 2017

The Seventh Sunday of Easter
Service of Worship
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Easter Sunday began a season of Eastertide that will continue for 50 days until Pentecost. The services each Sunday during the season will reflect on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection.

Join us as we keep the joy of Easter alive each Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m.!
#EasterContinues

Sermon by Daniel Glaze
“Ascended, but not Departed”

Scripture Texts
Psalm 93
Ephesians 1:20-23
Luke 24:44-53

Music by the Chancel Choir
“Lead Me, Lord Samuel” – Sebastian Wesley
“King of Glory, King of Peace” – J. S. Bach, Arr. William Harris

Following worship there will be a reception in the Fellowship Hall hosted by the deacons.
Everyone is invited to attend.

Sunday Worship, May 21, 2017

The Sixth Sunday of Easter
Youth Sunday
Service of Worship
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Easter Sunday began a season of Eastertide that will continue for 50 days until Pentecost. The services each Sunday during the season will reflect on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection.

Join us as we keep the joy of Easter alive each Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m.!
#EasterContinues

Sermon by Ben Blanchard, Elizabeth Thorne, Beth Rooney, & Anne Rusher
“What will you do with your one life? When will you start?”

Scripture Texts
Psalm 24:1-6
Romans 12:1-8

Music by the Youth Choir

Following worship there will be a reception in the Fellowship Hall hosted by the deacons.
Everyone is invited to attend.

Sunday Worship, May 14, 2017

The Fifth Sunday of Easter
Service of Worship
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Easter Sunday began a season of Eastertide that will continue for 50 days until Pentecost. The services each Sunday during the season will reflect on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection.

Join us as we keep the joy of Easter alive each Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m.!
#EasterContinues

Sermon by Dr. Daniel Glaze
“Living Stones”
We will continue last week’s theme by exploring the metaphor Peter uses for people of faith: “living stones…built into a spiritual house.”

Scripture Texts
Psalm 31:1-5
1 Peter 2:2-10

Music by the Chancel Choir, Crusader Choir, and Carol Choir
The House of Faith Has Many Rooms – Craig Phillips

Following worship there will be a reception in the Fellowship Hall hosted by the deacons.
Everyone is invited to attend.

Sunday Worship, May 7, 2017

The Fourth Sunday of Easter
Service of Worship & Holy Communion
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Easter Sunday began a season of Eastertide that will continue for 50 days until Pentecost. The services each Sunday during the season will reflect on the meaning of Christ’s resurrection.

Join us as we keep the joy of Easter alive each Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m.!
#EasterContinues

Sermon by Dr. Daniel Glaze
“A Broken Body”
The book of Acts describes the birth and growth of the church. While we’re still a broken body, we’re still not the church God would have us be, we’re still the body for which Christ allowed himself to be broken.

Scripture Texts
Psalm 23
Acts 2:42-47

Music by the Chancel Choir
My Shepherd Will Supply My Need – Virgil Thomson

Following worship there will be a reception in the Fellowship Hall hosted by the deacons.
Everyone is invited to attend.