Worship provides an opportunity for us to open our lives to the God who loves us at the very core of our being. Through a community that extends its arms in welcome to everyone, through beautiful music and rituals that open our lives to the holy, through messages which aim to connect the Christian faith with our lives today, we pray that worshiping together with us will lead you to love God, others, and yourself more deeply and more fully. Our 11 am service is livestreamed to our website and Facebook.
We celebrate Holy Communion each week in the 8:30 am service and on the first Sunday of each month in the 11 am service.
We practice “open communion,” which means that you don’t need to be a member of the church or a Methodist in order to participate. If you love Christ, earnestly repent of your sin, and seek to live in peace with one another, you are welcome at the table!
OTHER WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Messy Church is “Church, but not as you know it.” When we think of a regular worship service, we think bulletins, songs with an organ or a praise band, scripture readings, sermons, etc. Messy Church is different.
Messy Church offers us a way to worship and experience God in a variety of ways each time we gather through interactive stations and conversations. Each Messy Church get-together will be centered on a single Bible story or theme, and our two hours together will include a Welcome (10 min), Activities (60 min), Celebration (15-20 min), and a Meal (30 min.).
The Messy Church experience is organized around 5 values: All-Ages, Creativity, Hospitality, Celebration, and Centering ourselves in Christ. Need more info? Contact Pastor Missy or listen to this podcast!
When: We’ll gather on the 1st Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7pm. Fall dates will be Sept. 7, Oct. 5, and Nov. 2.
To let us know you are coming and to get reminders, sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/messy-church-tickets-406852726457
Those walking the church’s labyrinth travel along a looping, spiraling path to a rosette at the center, pause there for as long as they wish, and then make their way out. Modern labyrinths often are used as aids to meditation, contemplation, or prayer. This article explains the use of labyrinths as prayer aids. And this resource from the Upper Room Living Prayer Center contains some practical tips on how to incorporate walking prayer into your labyrinth walk.