Come as You Are
Everyone is welcome. Our worship is spiritual from the inside and truthful from the outside. We worship with all our senses and our whole being. Our spirit cries from within us “Abba Father” to God. We are creatures of God created in His image, therefore we worship with all our senses.
We stand to worship God in song, we sit to hear God’s word, we kneel to pray and confess, we open our hands to receive communion, we taste the bread and wine, we hear comfortable words of absolution, we watch the Eucharist as if it was the first communion supper with Jesus and the disciples, we shake hands as we exchange the peace of God and we raise our hands in praise and adoration.
Worship Through the Year
We have special worship opportunities at various times, according to the season. At Christmastime, we celebrate Advent in the weeks prior to Christmas Day. We also celebrate Easter by participating in Lent, the 40 days prior to Easter Sunday.