Worship

Worship

Sunday Worship - September after Labor Day through end of May

10:00am Worship in the sanctuary

10:00am Nursery for infants, toddlers and preschoolers downstairs

10:15am Sunday School in CongoKingdom downstairs

11:00am Fellowship in Ingram Hall. We extend a warm invitation for you to join us in Ingram Hall. Child-size tables are available.

September through May: Children attend the first 15 minutes of church with parents and then are invited to participate in a children's message. After the children's message, all children through grade 8 go to Sunday School at approximately 10:15am until 11:15am.

Children's message: Children are invited to the front of the church to join in a special children's message. The children enjoy the Drop in the Bucket, when the noise of their coins dropped in the bucket amplifies the power of their commitment to Jesus. Drop in the Bucket funds church mission projects like Heifer International and the Good Neighbor Project as they relate to children. After children's message, children attend Sunday School.

Summer Worship - First Sunday in June through the end of August

8:30am Worship in the chapel

10:00am Worship in the sanctuary

11:00am Fellowship in Ingram Hall. We extend a warm invitation for you to join us in Ingram Hall.

Communion is held the first Sunday of the month and for special services. All who are gathered at worship who accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior are welcome to join in the joyful feast of the people of God. We partake of the bread upon receiving. It is a symbol of our individual commitment to Christ. We partake in the juice together, at the invitation of the minister, as a symbol of our life in community.

Worship Resources

Available on the narthex table, at the rear of the sanctuary: UCC weekly prayer guides, copies of recent sermons, and Care Notes (articles for ministering to people who are hurting).

Available in the pew racks: Take an opportunity to communicate any concerns, needs or ideas you might have for the church and place them in the offering plate.