Traditional Worship – 9 am

What is it like?

Our traditional worship service taps into the rich history of music, arts, and liturgy from around the world and throughout the 2,000-year history of the church.  The music at this service is ordinarily performed by our choir and accompanied by either piano or organ.  On special occasions, there will also be brass, strings, and woodwind instruments to accompany the choir.  The service typically lasts one hour.

Where do I go?

Worship services are held in our main sanctuary, if you have kids they will go to one of the following locations:

  • Ages: 6 wks – 2 yrs, Barnabas Center, Rm. 105
  • Ages: 3 yrs – Prekindergarten, Enrichment Time, Barnabas Center, Rm. 106
  • Ages: Kindergarten – Grade 3, Children and Worship: Children begin worship with family in the Sanctuary, then go to the Prayer Room for a children’s worship time
  • Ages: Grades 4 – 6, Children worship with their families in the Sanctuary

 


Foundation Hour – 10 am

Current adult classes:

The following classes will be offered on Sunday morning at our 10:10 am hour, beginning April 23 and running through May 28, all are welcome!

Psalms:  Prayers of the Heart.  

A 6-week study using selected Psalms that help us pray through troubles like fear, doubt, fear, and other trials we face. The Psalms show us how to relate to God as we pray our doubt, fears, and anger. They show us how to respond to God in praise. Here we find the best place to explore who we are and what God means to us.  No book is required, but please bring a Bible and a notebook.  Led by Fran Kelley.

Reading the Bible through Trinitarian Lenses

Awaken to the richness of the unity (sameness) and distinctiveness of each Person of our Trinitarian God, as described in Scripture.  Based on material by Dr. Bruce Ware who is a professor of theology at Southern Seminary.  Led by Scott Rice.

Caring for God’s People

This group will discuss practical ways to come alongside people in times of joy and suffering.  Led by Jeanne Schneider.

Life and Teachings of Jesus

Get a bird’s eye view of Jesus’ ministry.  He gradually corrected misconceptions of His day about the Old Testament Law, about the Messiah, and about God the Father.  Focus will be given on how Jesus offered miracle and fulfilled prophecy and finally his own resurrection as evidence that He is the Son of God.  Led by William Custer.

For children:

  • 6 wks – 2 yrs, Barnabas Center, Rm. 105
  • 3 & 4 yr olds, Barnabas Center, Rm. 106
  • Prekindergarten and Kindergarten, Barnabas Center, Rm. 108
  • Grades 1 – 4, Great Hall
  • Grades 5 – 6, Barnabas Center, Rm. 201 – 202

 


Contemporary Worship – 11:15 am

What is it like?

Our contemporary worship service pulls music from the past as well as the latest in Christian music.  In addition to music, worship is often expressed through dance, drama, or other creative expressions.  The service typically lasts an hour and fifteen minutes.

Where do I go?

Worship services are held in our main sanctuary, if you have kids they will go to one of the following locations:

  • 6 wks – 2 yrs, Barnabas Center, Rm. 105
  • 3 yrs – Prekindergarten, Enrichment Time, Barnabas Center, Rm. 106
  • Kindergarten – Grade 3, Children and Worship: Children begin worship with family in the Sanctuary, then go to the Prayer Room for a children’s worship time
  • Grades 4 – 6, Children worship with their families in the Sanctuary