There are many styles and traditions of Christian worship. Our worship is grounded in the glad response of people whose lives have been transformed by God. Sunday worship is a communal and personal celebration of God’s love for creation and every human being.
Yet Sunday worship is more than just a passive response to God’s presence and saving acts. It is a reminder and proclamation of Good News of God’s love for the world, and an invitation for all people to share God’s saving embrace.
The words and acts in worship shape and form us to be God’s people out in the world. Worship shapes us so that we can be God’s hands and feet in the world.
When you arrive on a Sunday morning, you will receive a printed bulletin that outlines the different parts of the worship. There’s an info sheet for new guests to help answer any general questions. Read it through, follow along, and participate as you like.
Because our worship is patterned after ancient worship practices, some of the parts will be unfamiliar. It doesn’t take long to become familiar with how it all works. Again, if you have any questions feel free to reach out – that’s why we are here.