Join our Christian Family each Sunday morning at 8:30 and 11:00
a.m. in CELEBRATION AND PRAISE of the love and grace of an Awesome
God with today's songs of praise and the cherished hymns of
our childhood. Our own praise & worship team,
leads us into the 11:00 "user-friendly" worship experience.
A "children's time" highlights both services.
A nursery for infants and small children is ALWAYS provided
for both services.
is a very important part of our worship experience and often
provides a channel for the Holy Spirit to minister to our
individual needs. Come
listen to our own musical groups like the
, Bell Choirs and
Children's Choir, as
well as other small groups, individual instrumentalists and soloists.
Focus leads praise and worship each Sunday morning at the 11:00
a.m. High Energy Praise Service. Using an energy-driven style,
their ministry is one of the highlights of the weekly
celebration experience. Their music incorporates traditional
hymns, contemporary praise songs and original tunes in a
unique blend of worship to reach many generations.
Shortly before he
died, Jesus initiated a special spiritual practice for his
followers. Some people call this simple meal the
Eucharist—thanksgiving and blessing. Others call it the
Lord’s Supper—remembrance and re-experience. Still others
call it Holy Communion—sacred oneness
The table of Holy
Communion is Christ’s table, not the table of The United
Methodist Church or of the local congregation. The table is
open to anyone who seeks to respond to Christ’s love and
seeks to lead a new life of peace and love, as the
invitation to the table says. Because the table at which we
gather belongs to the Lord, it is open to all who respond to
Christ’s love, regardless of age or church membership. The
Wesleyan tradition has always recognized that Holy Communion
may be an occasion for the reception of converting,
justifying, and sanctifying grace.
Holy Communion at our church is celebrated on the first
Sunday of the month as well as other special times
throughout the year. We welcome all to the table of the