worship

weekly worship

10am  Sunday Worship

Our worship services are a beautiful blend of contemporary and traditional components.  Including music, scripture, art, and more, all rounded out with relevant teachings of what the Bible means to us today.  Communion is served the 1st Sunday of each month.

9:30am Deaf Worship

Experience great community and worship led by Jeff & Lynn Eccles for the deaf and hearing impaired.  The entire service is done in American Sign Language as well as voiced.

fellowship

Before and After Worship

Sundays at 9:15am and 11am.  Join us weekly for coffee, donuts, and catching up.

Midweek Meals

Wednesdays at 5:30pm  (Sept-May) Connect with others as we gather to enjoy a meal together prepared by our wonderful Kitchen Volunteers. Each week is sure to hold something and someone new, don’t miss it!

special services

Special worship services are conducted throughout the year during holy seasons in the Christian calendar such as Advent, Christmas, Lent, Holy Week and Easter. We also celebrate special services throughout the year such as Youth Sunday, Women’s Sunday, Pentecost, and All Saints.

Baptisms

Holy Baptism is a process by which we are incorporated into the Church, which is the body of Christ, and made one in Christ.

Weddings

A marriage is a contract between two people. By choosing to hold the ceremony in a public building and inviting guests you are recognizing both that your new life affects the lives of many other people and that you will need their support if you are to sustain your life together.

Profession of Faith

In the RCA, profession of faith happens when someone who has already been baptized, often at a young age, publicly professes their faith in Christ and joins the church. Upon public profession of faith, the individual becomes a confessing member of the church, rather than a baptized member, and is welcomed into full participatory privileges of the local congregation, such as voting and governance.

Funerals and Memorial Services

The Liturgy for the celebration of a life is an Easter liturgy. It finds its meaning in the Resurrection. Because Jesus was raised from the dead, we, too, shall be raised.

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