During our Sunday service God invites us—from all walks of life and all manners of dress—to come into his presence in the name of Jesus and through the power of the Holy Spirit in order to receive his gifts.
We are a liturgical church. Our liturgy follows the historic Book of Common Prayer. Congregants can follow along easily with the slides and bulletins, we also have worship guides to help answer any questions you might have about the liturgy.
Our worship service usually consists of four acts in which God gives and we respond:
Presence: God gathers us in, and we respond in confession and praise.
Word: God teaches us through the reading of the Word by members of the congregation and the pastor preaching a sermon that focuses on one of the readings, and we respond with prayer and trust.
Table: God feeds us through our celebration of the Eucharist, also called communion or the Lord’s Supper, and we respond with unity and devotion.
Mission: God sends us out, and we respond with obedience and hope.