What to Expect

Our services offer an opportunity to worship Jesus, our King, with mind, body, and spirit together as a community. Each service is liturgical, but Feast Days are specially recognized with a procession.

We also use different liturgies depending on the season. For example, our summer liturgy will be more joyful while our Lenten liturgy is more solemn.

The sacrament of the Eucharist is celebrated every week. Any baptized Christian who believes in the true presence of Jesus Christ is welcome to partake in this beautiful mystery. The participation of children in the Eucharist is up to their parents.
 

Children are welcome to attend Children's Church during the service. They leave together during the Scripture readings and return after the prayers.

Youth ministry typically takes place at 10:45 am, after the services.

We sing both traditional and contemporary hymns during the service, which are accompanied by the organ or the piano.

You'll see some people in suits and some people in casual attire. Most wear something in-between. 

Our average service is slightly over an hour.

The Liturgy
Part I

Confession & Forgiveness

Hymn 

The Greeting 

The Kyrie

Hymn of Praise

The Collect

Part II

The Scripture Readings

Sermon

Hymn

The Creed

The Prayers

Part III

The Great Thanksgiving

The Sanctus

Eucharistic Prayer

The Lord's Prayer

The Agnus Dei

The Eucharist

Part IV

Post-Communion Canticle

Post-Communion Blessing

The Benediction

Hymn

The Sending