worship

Worship is the center of our life together, and so it is our aim to seek, worship, and enjoy God as a congregational family. This means we do not define our worship by any particular style, but by our goal and object: the living God. We do this by striving for worship that is spiritually deep, artistically creative, musically excellent, theologically faithful, personally authentic, and historically aware.

music ministry

One of the gateways to worship is through music.  We desire to lead others in sincere worship of God through song.  We want to encourage your musical talents and gifting to share with others.   Our Praise Team sings throughout the month.  Rehearsal is held Wednesdays at 6 pm. 

All are welcome!
You may also sing or play an instrument as part of an ensemble.
Contact Chan Foresman to get involved.

prayer

John Calvin called prayer “the chief act of faith.” It is our lifeline to God, and a precious gift of God, who passionately beckons us to come to him in prayer. As a congregation, we are committed to be a people of prayer. That means encouraging daily prayer in our own personal lives; it also means focused corporate prayer as we gather. In addition to prayer as an important part of our worship, all are invited to a time of prayer on Mondays at 1 pm in the Chapel, and we gather at 6 pm on the second Tuesday of each month to share in a simple meal and time of focused prayer together.


Prayer Chain
The Prayer Chain shares celebrations and requests daily. To share prayer requests with the Prayer Ministry, email the office, or fill out a Connection Card during Sunday worship. If you'd like to be part of the prayer chain ministry email Lisa Beck.