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Corporate Worship as the Body of Christ

Coming together as the Body of Christ is the cornerstone of Christian life. 

"For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them." (Matthew 18:20, NIV)

By congregating in God's house — rejoicing as we share the Good News, lifting up our concerns, offering praise for blessings bestowed — not only is our own faith reaffirmed, but we sustain and encourage others in the faith.

"And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together ... but let us encourage one another" (Hebrews 10:24-25, NIV)

 
Sunday Worship Options

We invite and encourage you to join us at our Sunday Services:

  • Casual Worship at 8:45 AM in the Sanctuary: Lay leadership, music from our Praise Team, and the pastor's weekly message combine to apply scripture and faith lessons to daily challenges and concerns.

    See this week's Order of Worship for the 8:45 AM service

  • Traditional Worship at 10:45 AM in the Sanctuary: Traditional hymns, music from the Chancel Choir and Rehobeth Ringers, and affirmations of faith complement the pastor's weekly message to provide a warm and meaningful message of hope and faith.

    See this week's Order of Worship for the 10:45 AM Service

  • Children's Church: After their sharing time during the 10:45 AM traditional service, children aged 4 through 7 leave the sanctuary for their own worship time featuring songs, stories, prayer, and Bible-oriented activities.

We also have a variety of special worship services throughout the liturgical year — including Advent and Holy Week — to highlight and celebrate the events central to Christian faith. Look for announcements of these special services on our home page.

   
Private Worship

Equally important as shared worship is having daily, private time with God.  The Gospels give us numerous examples of Christ himself withdrawing from his disciples and followers to be alone with God. Invariably, Jesus emerged from these times of seclusion recharged, strengthened, and encouraged to do God's will, despite the ultimate cost to himself.

We, too, need to retreat daily to study God's word, meditate on its meaning in our own life, and lift our concerns and thanks in prayer.  Most of all, we need to be quiet and listen for our Heavenly Father's whispers of loving guidance.

We offer the following links as entry points into a closer relationship with God.

 

   
   
   
 
 
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