Word & Table: Liturgical Worship in the Wesleyan Tradition
8:30am | Parlor Room (Childcare is provided)
Word and Table is deeply rooted in the long heritage of the Church. The service follows a set pattern of hearing the Scriptures read, singing of hymns, hearing the preaching of the Word in a brief homily, joining in collective readings in the printed worship order, participating in prayers of intercession and thanksgiving, and approaching the Table of the Lord to receive the Eucharist or Holy Communion. Our Wesleyan heritage connects us to the holiness theology, practices, and hymns of John and Charles Wesley in 18th century England.
9:30am | Various Rooms (Childcare is provided)
We believe in Christian Education! Blessed with a group of highly effective teachers and communicators, we gather each Sunday morning in classes of 10 to 50, to go deeper and openly discuss our questions and observations.
For a list of current Sunday School classes being offered and their locations, CLICK HERE. Or feel free to ask one of our greeters at the door as you arrive. They would be happy to help you find the right place for you!
10:30am | Sanctuary (Childcare is provided)
We gather each week to do the work of the people, otherwise known as liturgy. These weekly liturgies renew, encourage and shape us to be the people of God outside the walls. We worship knowing that we cannot change God; we worship knowing that God is in the process of changing us. So come as you are; dress comfortably, and participate in the singing, the listening, the praying and the gathering around the Table.