Entering our worship space is like entering feast for the spirit. The space reminds you of a beautiful ship – the soaring lines of the ceiling evoke the hull, with natural light from high windows and stained glass striking the warm golden wood of the semicircular pews, pulpit, and organ screen.
We place importance on greeting each other and on telling how faith has been important in our life in the recent past. We connect with God in scripture readings or tellings or dramatic presentations, in sermons that connect to our lives, as well as in prayers for specific individuals and situations.
Music is an essential of our worship. While we rejoice with the old “standards,” we frequently include newer hymns and music from Taizé or Latin America or Africa. Guest drummers, guitarists, violinists, or flutists join the choir on occasion.
Worship wouldn’t be complete without the opportunity to have fellowship (and snacks!) afterwards. This is a time when we can share and re-connect with each other, as well as welcome newcomers into our community.
Sunday 10:30 A.M. (Summer time 10:00 A.M.)