We worship Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 p.m. with coffee, treats, and fellowship time following worship.
Each Sunday worship service follows a set order (liturgy) that includes: confession and forgiveness, prayers, hymns, scripture readings, sermon, children's sermon, collection of an offering, and Holy Communion. We provide a bulletin which includes everything you need for worship, and a hymnal for all songs.
The first Sunday of each month the service music is more contemporary, and the service includes the rite of healing with the laying on of hands and anointing with oil for those who wish to participate.
Our building is handicapped accessible and we do have worship aids available upon request including large print bulletins and assistive hearing devices.
Children and Youth in Worship
Children are welcome in worship! We love to include children in worship because we believe children who stay in worship learn how to worship, grow in faith, and children are part of Christ's church now.
We also have a staffed nursery for infants thorough kindergarteners where they will hear a Bible story, have a short lesson on the story, prayer, and then there are activities based on the story as well as snack and play time. For children from 1st through 6th grade we have Sunday School during worship where there is prayer and a lesson based on one of the scripture readings for the day followed by snacks and activities.
Youth 7th grade and above remain in worship where they are encouraged and welcomed to serve in leadership positions, and we have activity bags with games, puzzles, and faith activities. Beginning this December we will also have a once a month Sunday Youth Night where the youth will gather from 5-7 p.m. for dinner, a Bible study, and then enjoy games and activities. We also have youth activities throughout the year including movies, ice skating, and a Craig's Cruisers night.
What is that in worship? - Whether you are new to worship or a long time worshiper you might have question on why something is done in worship. Please view this resources to learn more about how and why we worship the way we do.