Worship Services

Current Worship Service Schedule

Sunday 9:00 AM (Contemporary)
in Sanctuary

Sunday 11:00 AM (Classic Methodist Worship with Organ and Choir, and Hymns)
in Sanctuary

COVID-19 Plan

Communion is served at both Services of the first Sunday of the month. All who believe are welcome to share in Communion. 

Kids’ Church is held at 9:00 AM.

Nursery is now being offered during the 9:00 service up in the Parlor directly behind the Sanctuary. Infants to 4 year old’s are welcomed to join our trained Nursery staff. 

Holiday Remembrance Service

Sunday, December 11
3:00-4:00 pm in the Sanctuary

The holidays can be difficult for those who have lost a loved one, but they can also bring back wonderful memories.

Twenty-five years ago, our church created the Holiday Remembrance Service as a non-denominational community event to help bereaved families and friends find a meaningful way to gather together and remember loved ones during this season. The Holiday Remembrance Service endures and continues to serve new and returning participants from all over the area

Attendees are invited to bring a candle in a candlestick to light and place at the altar in honor of departed family or friends. The church provides nursery care for small children. Additional candles will be available.

Worship Service Bulletins

Archive

Bulletins and recordings of recent past sermons and services are available on the Worship Archive page.

Advent and Christmas Preaching Series

In the season of Advent, we prepare to welcome Jesus, the Messiah, Immanuel, God With Us. This year, as we await our Lord, we will put ourselves in the place of the first people who awaited and celebrated Jesus’ birth. Through their stories, we will learn what it meant for God to be with them, and we will open our eyes to experience God with us, too.

November 27: God with Zechariah, the Skeptic
Scripture: Luke 1:5-16, 23-25, 76-80.
There are moments when circumstances in life or deferred hopes and dreams may feel like a heavy burden with no relief in sight, from smaller expectations to deeper concerns, such as job security, financial responsibility and fragile relationships. While all of us face the mystery of what tomorrow may bring, the assurance we have is that when we pray, God is with us.

December 4: God with Joseph, the Dutiful
Scripture: Matthew 1:18-25.
The Christmas story of Jesus’ birth begins with a dilemma. Mary’s pregnancy creates a real issue for Joseph. He is not the father; this situation not only creates personal pain; it also could cause a public scandal. Joseph chooses not to disgrace Mary, but instead he will divorce her, the best that could be hoped for in this situation. However, the Spirit of God moves Joseph from doing good out of a sense of obligation to the revelation of God’s extraordinary plan. When God calls us to move beyond our duty, God is with us.

December 11: God with Mary, the Faithful
Scripture: Luke 1:26-38.
God calls us into unknown places that we wouldn’t foresee for ourselves. And even in the midst of uncertainty, God is with us. As God works through the faithfulness of Mary, we are reminded how to serve faithfully, live joyfully, and bear witness to Christ among us.

December 18: God with the Shepherds, the Dismissed
Scripture: Luke 2:8-20.
Christmas shows us that God takes ordinary lives and does extraordinary things with them. The shepherds who were often dismissed play a prominent role in proclaiming the message of Emmanuel, God is with us.

Christmas Eve Candlelight December 24 at 4 and 7PM: God with Us
Scripture: Luke 2:1-20.
There is a big difference between God for us and God with us. The birth story is a perfect example of that. A bunch of shepherds and a couple poor kids gather at a barn in some backwater Roman province. Yes, God was with us there and any other “last place on earth” you might find yourself. God is with us here, too.

Christmas Morning December 25 at 10 AM
God is with us! Let’s celebrate the birth of our new born King together with one combined worship service at 10 AM!