All of life is worship. We live in God's presence twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Whatever we do to bring Him honor and glory, we do as an act of worship.
"So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God." (1 Cor 10:31)
Yet we also gather for Sunday morning worship in order to deliberately take time to delight in His person and His work - together. A significant part of the reason we gather on Sunday mornings is to encourage each other as we worship our God together.
We begin the week with Him and with each other - as a way to acknowledge He is at the center of our lives.
We gather every Sunday at 10am (in person and Live-Stream)
Our Worship Service Plans
We continue with live, in-person services again on Sunday mornings. Yet, we will do so with caution and care, following CDC protocol guidelines and wisdom. Pews are properly marked (designated as "Sit here" or "Please leave pew empty").
In that light, we ask that you DO wear a mask (covering nose and mouth) the entire time you are in the church building - for everyone's safety.
We also Live-Stream these services starting at 10am each Sunday. That way you have a choice. You can be physically present at the church building, or gather for worship in your home (using the YouTube link).
We know there will be a limited number of people gathering for Sunday worship. Therefore, we will continue to offer our services to those who feel safer at home.
Click here for our May 2 Live-Stream link: https://youtu.be/hxgslXU6Of0
Click here for upcoming May 9th link: https://youtu.be/rPrutyXulbw
Click here for our May 9 Sunday Liturgy
Click here to access the Sunday morning guidelines.
Let's all keep praying for, and seeking intentional ways, to help those impacted by the virus or by the safety measures imposed to stop its spread. We think especially of those who will become ill, lose out on needed income, or who work in hospitals or as first responders. If you find yourself in need, please do not hesitate to reach out to any of the staff and elders.
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