Traditional Worship

Our Traditional Worship Service begins at 8:45 am in the Sanctuary each Sunday and lasts about one hour. Together we glorify God through liturgy and music. Our choir leads the singing and typically sings the call to worship and the offertory. Our preaching team is lead by our senior pastor, but also includes our associate pastor and retired clergy from our congregation. The sermon is the same at both the traditional and the contemporary service. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of every month. 

This service may feel relatively formal but it is not stuffy. The choir wears robes and the organ allows us to lift our voices fully to God. We use simple projection but also use hymnals, pew Bibles, and bulletins with an order of service. People may dress up for this service but it is not required: it is our hope that you will mostly see smiling, friendly faces to welcome you.

Children are always welcome in the service. Nursey care is provided and children are invited forward for a children's sermon.

We desire to be a community that gathers together primarily to worship God together and to be changed by the power of the Holy Spirit. We enjoy greeting one another after the service over coffee and donuts.  We pray that our services are one way for you to be connected to God and connected to one another.