At the heart of our life as God's people is the weekly service of worship on the Lord's Day (Sunday). God calls us to assemble in his presence. In worship, the risen Lord meets with us, receives our praise, hears our prayers, addresses and builds us up through the reading and preaching of his Word, and nourishes us with his body and blood in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
We meet for worship at 10:45 a.m. Our Sunday morning service is the main service of the day. Our Order of Worship has been carefully structured to reflect the fact that worship involves a dialogue between God and his people, is mindful of our connection with Christ's Church throughout the ages, and provides for Word and Sacrament every Lord's Day. Sermons are grounded in Scripture.
In addition to our morning service, we close each Lord’s day with an evening service of teaching, prayer, and praise at 6:00. More informal than the morning worship, this service provides an additional opportunity to gather at the close of the Lord's Day to praise and give thanks to our Lord, offer prayers and petitions to him, and to hear his holy Word read and proclaimed.