As of June 6, 2021 we are returning to two Sunday morning worship services at 8:30 and 10:30. Masks are required for entering and exiting the building but if you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 you may remove your mask while seated in the sanctuary. If you move around the sanctuary to use the rest room, for instance, you will need to put on your mask. Holy Communion will be held at the 8:30 service each Sunday but only on the first Sunday of every month at the 10:30 service. Currently, Communion elements are provided by each congregant in the pews.
We recognize that a majority of people in our town do not regularly attend church. We’d like to change that…
by offering out love, encouragement, and inspiration for the week ahead. God loves you and wants the best for you!
Often businesses will use the word “services” in terms of offering something to you.
Like hospitality to guests. But we all know that businesses profit off the idea of us feeling like we are being served.
Our services are directed a different way.
We have a hunch that you’re not looking to be served.
We’re guessing that you’re looking for a place to serve others.
To help people.
To join other people in a worthy cause.
To feed the hungry. To offer clothing. To aid the injured. To be hands of hope.
We’re trying to serve our town in that same way.
So, our services are actually designed to serve “outsiders” who then quickly become “insiders” as they join the cause to serve more “outsiders”
So “service” is a funny word!
BTW, our worship services are at 9:30 on Sunday mornings. It’s a great time to be mindful of love, hope, and faith. Please be aware our Christmas Eve services will be pre-recorded and can be viewed on our Facebook page. For your safety, we will not worship together in the sanctuary.