Our worship in both its diversity and its unity is an encounter with the living God through the risen Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit. When the people of God gather, the Spirit is free to move them to worship in diverse ways, according to their needs. The Spirit is also the source of unity and truth.
The teachings of Scripture give our worship a basic pattern that has proved itself over the centuries, that give The United Methodist Church its sense of identity and links us to the universal Church. This pattern goes back to worship as Jesus and his earliest disciples knew it – services in the synagogue and Jewish family worship around the meal table. It has been fleshed out by the experience and traditions of Christian congregations for two thousand years.
8:15 AM Ancient Liturgical Worship Service (1hr, 15min)
10:45 AM Modern Liturgical Worship Service (1hr, 15min)
(Holy Communion – First Sunday of the Month)