What is liturgy?
Liturgy is the beautiful way in which we worship God every Sunday. Everyone is very active in our services, because we believe God is inviting everyone to participate in worship together.
What's the point?
The point is to see Jesus, so everything we do is meant to direct our attention to him!
How does it work?
Our service shows us Jesus in two parts: the liturgy of the Word (reading the Bible together) and the liturgy of the Eucharist (Holy Communion). Jesus gives us this pattern in Luke 24.
How do I participate?
Don't worry about it - we'll help! You simply follow along in the Sunday Program and say the words in bold. If you like, a greeter or pastor will happily talk you through the liturgy before or after the service!
Jesus said, "let the children come to me!" We have and love many children in our services! For us, even crying children are a sign of health and life in our community.
During the sermon, children are dismissed to learn a Bible lesson appropriate to their age, which includes music, story time, a snack, and play time.
We also train older children as acolytes who serve in our worship services.
After the service
Immediately after the service, everyone is welcome to join in a potluck and share our community table! Visitors do not need to bring anything.
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