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Unified to worship God.

10:00 AM Sundays in our Family Life Center

Awaken to a service that seeks to recharge and refocus us on
God’s work in our lives and the world around us. Grab a cup of
coffee, take a seat and listen, or stand and clap as the Worship
Band invites us to shake off the week’s worries and turn our
attention to God.

Our worship service at 10:00 AM is a meaningful, welcoming service that continues to affirm our Reformed tradition. Our service is a blend of ancient, traditional, and modern forms of music, prayer, and liturgy with scripture remaining at the center of the service. We hope you'll join us as we Glorify God.

Our service is a work in progress just like our faith. There is no particular dress code. Dress as you feel most comfortable to worship and fellowship with others.     

Come as you are. All welcome.

Come as you are. All welcome.

Style.

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Children.

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Music.

There’s prayer, Bible reading, and a sermon like most services. But we also try new things as we worship and deepen our relationship with God. We want people to participate in worship, not just attend the service. So we try to involve the congregation and engage the senses through word, music, and fellowship.

Choir, Handbells, Children and Youth Choirs, and a Band - our services certainly have a beat. Music may make you tap your toes, even clap, or rejoice in traditional hymns... and hopefully it will also help you tune in to the wonder of God’s love and grace. Sing with them as they share their talents and music that praises God and reflects on the redemption Christ offers.

All children are welcomed and encouraged to attend worship! Our service offers a "Children's Moment." A nursery is available for children 2 and under from 9:45 AM to 12:15 PM. This includes children of older ages with physical limitations that inhibit proper mask wearing. Our nursery may be re-evaluated to allow for children 3 to 5 years old to attend. Visit the Children's Sunday School building for the nursery room. Unsure where that is? Ask a friendly face nearby.

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