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We welcome all to worship on Sundays @ 10am.  The 1st Sunday of the month offers a Traditional Service.  The 2nd and 3rd Sundays offer Contemporary Services.  The 4th Sunday each month is a Family Service.

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Traditional Service

The 1st Sunday of each month offers a Traditional Worship service that includes the grandeur of the great hymns of our faith, choral music and organ accompaniment. You will find the Spirited Traditional worship experience very much like many of the traditional worship services of other United Church of Christ congregations and other mainline protestant denominations around our state and country. A liturgy that focuses on gathering, invoking God’s presence, hearing the Word of God, and responding with our entire lives is the basis of the worship.

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Contemporary Service

The 2nd and 3rd Sundays of each month offer contemporary worship.  A multi-sensory experience, our contemporary services seek to engage the eye as well as the ears. While the elements of worship – music, prayer, sermon, giving and sharing, etc. will still be present, there are different means of communicating the gospel.  Lyrics are projected on a screen to enable everyone to follow or sing along! During the service, we provide pictures, images and video clips which will allow us to highlight various aspects of the sermon as well as special service moments. Periodically, video clips of a group of youth and adults doing mission work can be viewed while we are sharing our offering.

Family Service

The 4th Sunday of each month we hold a service is designed to include children's participation.  It is specifically created to be child friendly with a shorter and less formal worship with short skits, simple prayers, and bible readings easily applicable to the youth.

  • January 22, 2023

  • December 24, 2022: Christmas

  • November 20, 2022: Solomon's Temple

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The Sacrament of Communion is celebrated the first two weeks of every month.  Usually, communion is provided through Intinction but with COVID, it is currently done with using non-alcoholic individual cups. All are welcome to participate.  

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Congregational Survey 2022 & Worship Task Force Recommendations
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