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Worship is about bringing our entire selves – the broken pieces, the suffering pieces, the joyful pieces, the indifferent pieces, the grateful pieces – before God. We come to pray, praise, confess, receive, hear, respond, lament, thank, seek, and struggle. We come to be the people of God, the body of Christ, the community of faith. We come to be forgiven, shaped, washed, and fed. We come to love and be loved. We come so that we might know and be known. We come because God has opened up a place for us here.

Holy Communion is shared at every worship service. We follow the ancient worship pattern of gathering, word, meal, and sending. We hope that you will join us for our re-gathering.

Sunday Mornings 9:00 AM in person and
streaming live on Facebook.


We celebrate communion each week. We have an open table communion practice. The table belongs to Christ and he invites us there. This means communion is for everyone regardless of age, gender, culture, or creed. more...



Music is a valuable aspect of our worship life. Music can touch our souls, reach our hearts, and enliven faith in ways that words alone cannot. Martin Luther expressed the power of music when he commented, “to sing is to pray twice.” more...

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