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Worship Times & Styles

Worship Times & Styles

Worship Times & Styles

 

Due to COVID and the remodel of our Sanctuary, we are currently providing two services:

 

 

Labor Day through Memorial Day:

Saturday at 5pm: While this service features a number of traditional elements like the 8am service, it is slightly more laid back in feel. Music is primarily on the piano.  Most attendees wear slacks or skirts, though it is perfectly fine to dress more casually.  Please note:  Due to COVID restrictions, and our devotion to keep everyone safe, this service is currently not being held.

Sunday at 8am: This service is the most traditional. It uses the official liturgy, features hymns on the organ and is slightly more formal. Most attendees wear slacks or skirts, though it is perfectly fine to dress more casually.  Please note:  Due to COVID restrictions, and our devotion to keep everyone safe, this service is currently not being held.

Sunday at 10:30am: This service has a more laid back feel. Our worship band features Christian Contemporary Music, the pastors don’t wear robes, and many attendees wear casual attire.  Please note:  Due to COVID restrictions, and our devotion to keep everyone safe, this service is currently not being held.

 

Memorial Day through Labor Day:

Saturday Worship Services are at 5:00 PM.  Please note:  Due to COVID restrictions, and our devotion to keep everyone safe, this service is currently not being held.

 

 

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