Worship services are casual and relaxed. There will be a variety of music, message, prayer and sharing styles from week to week. Additionally, there are worship stations around the sanctuary where you can take communion, pray, confess, or offer your burdens at the foot of the Cross, and express yourself creatively through art any time throughout the hour. Feel free to linger afterward to visit and get better acquainted.
Weekly gatherings vary but usually include contemporary music by a variety of rotating volunteer groups, kids’ time, pastoral sharing, open worship and worship in giving. Pastoral teaching and sharing may be done by any one of our pastors, by another community leader or by a visiting friend.
Open worship (communion after the manner of Friends) is an opportunity to wait expectantly for the voice of God within as well as commune with Christ. This is a time to practice listening and responding to God. This may be silent or someone may speak, start a song, read a scripture, ask for prayer, or share some other response to the Spirit. All are invited to open themselves to Christ, who is present to teach us in the congregation and within the individual.