Worship and Sunday School

Service Times

Elementary and Pre-School Children’s Sunday School @ 9:45 AM.

Pathways Service @ 9:30 AM (In-person/Live-streaming)

Traditional Service @ 11:00 AM (In-person)

 

Sunday Traditional Service

11:00 a.m.

This hour-long service utilizes traditional music and liturgy, but is comfortable and informal. Casual dress is appropriate. Holy Communion is served the first Sunday of the month and everyone is welcome to receive the elements. Children are welcome at the traditional service and there are Busy Bags available on the front pew to help them enjoy their time in church. 

Children Sunday School

9:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Children’s Sunday School is held during the Pathways worship service. Preschool through 3rd graders are welcome to attend their class by Susan Fedrizzi.

Adults who work with children are Safe Gatherings trained and certified.  

Sermon Series:

The Promise Keeper

On the last Sunday in April, we began our new sermon series, “The Promise Keeper.”  God kept his most important promise to us by sending Jesus Christ to be our Savior and we celebrated this mighty act of God in worship on Easter.  Now we will be considering other promises that God has made and we will be considering how God has been faithful to keep those promises, how he is still keeping his promises, and how he will keep his promises for the future.

Holy Week is when we experience the greatest promise God ever kept, at least so far. So the sermon series following Holy Week is exactly that, “The Promise Keeper.” Through this series, we will revisit some of the promises made and kept by God and see that our God is steadfast, never changing, and always faithful. We can hope in a God who always keeps his promises.

May 1—”The Promise of Presence” – Joshua 1: 1—9; John 14: 15—20 and 25—27

May 8—”The Promise of Abundant Life” – John 10: 7—10; Jeremiah 28: 10— 14

May 15—”The Promise to be Faithful” – Hebrews 10: 19—23; Lamentations 3: 21—26

May 22—”The Promise of Eternal Life” – 1 John 2: 24—28; John 6: 35—40 and 47—51

May 29—”The Promise of the Lord’s Coming” – 2 Peter 3: 1—10; John 14:1-7

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