Music includes traditional hymns, as well as contemporary praise and worship, but we consider all music as a sacred gift. So, you might hear our pianist, Jerry Sullivan, offer up country songs, rock, or other genres, and even original compositions. The choir? Normally, that would be the gathered community. We use digital imagery as a part of liturgy. We celebrate the traditional seasons of the Christian year: Advent, Lent, Easter and Pentecost. It is experiential and participatory. in great ways and in small ways. We once turned the altar area into a desert -- from Lent and into Easter!
CELEBRATION OF HOLY COMMUNION
Holy Communion is regularly celebrated the first and third Sundays each month, in addition to special observances. In the United Methodist tradition, we observe an "open table," which means that the Lord’s Table is open to all and all are welcome -- whether you are affiliated with a church or not, young or old. We most often celebrate by intinction, meaning you are served a piece of bread from the loaf and you then dip it into the cup. You may then pray at the altar rail or return to your seat.
Every Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:25 a.m.
Every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.