ach Sunday we join together as followers of Christ to worship, sing, pray and hear the good news of Jesus!
We offer two service times with different styles of worship because we believe it's important for each of us to come to God in ways that are authentic and genuinely convey our hearts to the heart of God.
Nursery care is provided for children from birth - 5 years of age for all services.
Traditional 9:00 AM-Sunday
Our traditional worship service includes organ or piano music, hymns, joys and concerns, a pastoral prayer, a doxology, biblical preaching and other features that have been part of church services for many years. Holy Communion is offered the first Sunday of each month.
Modern 10:30 AM-Sunday
Our modern service includes upbeat music led by a live band, modern songs and prayers that help us enter into the presence of God, and a biblical message that deepens our faith and shows us how to live out that faith during the week. Communion and The Lord's Prayer are part of each service and remind us that we are a people with a purpose!
What to Expect
All of our worship services are casual, come as you are events, so there is no need to dress up unless it's just something you want to do.
We don't ask visitors to identify themselves or do anything weird or uncomfortable.
We have a bulletin to help you know what is going on in the worship service and many parts of the service are also projected, so you don't have to worry about fumbling through a hymnal or worship book.
We have a staffed nursery available for your kids (Birth - Age 5).
The building is fully handicap accessible.
We also have hearing assistance devices for those with difficulty hearing.
And, we have coffee...Free coffee and refreshments are available before and after services.
Who We Are
We are a United Methodist congregation and in the tradition of our founders, John and Charles Wesley, we stress the importance of becoming fully formed followers of Jesus Christ through personal spiritual development and through service to others.
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