Worship the Lord with gladness; come into his presence with singing. Psalm 103
Sunday morning worship is a time of both prayer and promise, songs that softly rise, and songs that belt out praise. Scriptures of ancient stories and of Christ's call to engage with the world.
Worship is our response to God's creative spirit, and we are never done creating, so we can celebrate with ancient words, and modern music, with ancient music and in modern words. We can learn in different ways, we can pray in silence and we can pray with our whole bodies.
Everyone is welcome at worship. We all start together and then there are special programs for children and youth.
Communion is a visible sign of invisible grace, offered to any who seek to follow in the way of Christ. We celebrate communion (mass) usually on the first Sunday of the month.