Our 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. services are traditional services, which follow the order of worship found in most United Methodist churches, and these services are held in our sanctuary. The Chancel Choir leads our music during worship time on most Sundays, but the traditional worship service may also include choirs of all ages, orchestras, and performers of bells, chimes, flute, steel pans, trumpet, organ, and piano.
In our traditional service, we cherish pews, pulpits, choir lofts, robes for pastors and choirs, daylight streaming through the stained glass, the deep resonant sound of a pipe organ, and the classic touch of a Steinway piano. Voices lifting high in praise of God, an energetic congregation joining in hymns, passionate preaching, and a community gathering to receive the sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion—these make up the texture and taste of the traditional worship service. We move forward with pipes and processionals that help to create an energetic, passionate, uplifting, and spirit-filled worship experience that connects individuals to friends in love, to a cause greater than themselves, and to the kind of worship that fills an empty soul and charges their spiritual batteries for the week ahead.
We are dedicated to energetic, passionate, uplifting, and spirit-filled worship that gives you friends to love, a cause greater than yourself, and the kind of worship that fills an empty soul which charges your spiritual batteries for the week ahead.