Worship is the defining activity of any Christian community. It is where we most fully and intentionally encounter God. We understand our worship “service” to be first and foremost God’s service to us. In the Word read and proclaimed, God speaks to us a message that is both challenge and promise.
In Holy Communion God draws us into the risen life of Christ, fed with his body in order to become his body in the world for the sake of the world. Through this encounter, God the Holy Spirit creates and strengthens our faith, which we express in prayer, praise, and thanksgiving. This faith becomes active in love toward God and our neighbor as we are sent back into our daily lives.
UPDATE 2/1/22: we will hold a single hybrid worship service at 9:30. That means that you are welcome to attend the service either in-person or continue using the live stream from home.
For the time being, everyone who attends in person will be asked to wear a mask. This is because we want to be able to sing, and masks are still recommended for singing. We will also ask you to observe physical distancing by sitting only in pews marked with green tape.