We do have our Traditional Worship Services every 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month at 10:30.
Our traditional liturgical worship service is a celebration centered at the very heart of the Gospel and connected to the ancient traditions of the Church. In traditional worship we embrace the mystery of our eternal God, remember the atonement of Jesus Christ, and prepare ourselves for the challenge of living out His command to be a missional light to the world.
We say prayers together. We confess our sins as individuals and corporately through our prayers of confession. We speak the words that Jesus taught us in the Lord’s Prayer. We ask for God’s intercession for our own needs and the needs of others.
We read the Scriptures together. We do believe that we as Church hear the word of God spoken in worship. The message of the prophets, Jesus Christ, and the apostles and early church comes alive for us.
We confirm our faith together. As a corporate body we recite the Apostles Creed. The Creed clears up the basics of our faith, keeps us centered as a Church, is a testimony to what we believe, and joins us with millions of brothers and sisters all over the world who speak this affirmation with us on Sundays.
We sing together. Through traditional hymns we worship as we sing words of praise that remain a cornerstone of our faith and practice.
We participate in the proclamation of the word together. Through the pastor’s sermons which are solidly based on the Scripture, we all together explore the meaning of the Bible and its application to our individual spiritual journeys.
On the 1st Sunday of March, June, Ontober and December, we take communion together. At the very heart of the Gospel is Christ’s Table. It is our longing to actively participate in Christ’s command, “Do this in remembrance of me,” as we celebrate with the Church this Sacrament open to all.
Our traditional worship joins us with Christmas past, present and future as we embrace the mystery of our faith, experience the intersection of heaven and earth, learn about the Scriptures and apply all of this to our own Christian journeys.