When worshiping with us
You Can Expect...
Our worship services are saturated with Scripture from beginning to end. In particular, the sermon is "expository" (highlights the central meaning of the text) and focused upon the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We sing primarily from the Trinity Psalter Hymnal, accompanied by a variety of instruments, most commonly piano and violin.
The Trinity Psalter Hymnal is described as "A compilation of hymns, Psalms, and confessions in the Reformed tradition".
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Each week as a church family, we take part in the Lord's Supper (sometimes referred to as the Eucharist, which means Thanksgiving, or Communion). This meal is a remembrance and not a sacrifice. It is a means of grace by which the Lord spiritually feeds us with our crucified and risen Savior. It is also a sign and seal of the gospel – the bread and cup represents his crucified body and shed blood. Accounts of the Last Supper can be found in Matthew 26:17-29, Mark 14:12-25, and Luke 22:7-38
All baptized Christians who have publicly confessed before the church their trust in Christ alone, belong to a church that embraces the gospel, are at peace with their fellow neighbor, and seek strength and grace to live more faithfully to Christ, are invited to participate.
We provide childcare for small children, ages infant to three years. We welcome children and encourage them to participate in the worship service.