Sunday morning worship begins at 9:30 in the sanctuary. Songs are sang, the Bible is read, a sermon is preached, and an offering is taken.

Communion (the Lord’s Supper/Eucharist/Holy Communion) is generally offered in worship on the first Sunday of the month. You do not need to be a member of this congregation, or of The United Methodist Church, or of any Christian body to receive Communion.

“The invitation to the Table comes from the risen and present Christ. Christ invites to his Table those who love him, repent of sin, and seek to live as Christian disciples. Holy Communion is a gift of God to the church and an act of the community of faith. By responding to this invitation we affirm and deepen our personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ and our commitment to membership and mission in the body of Christ.”1

Special worship services are held at various times of the year, such as Christmas Eve and Ash Wednesday. Check here for more information, or check the church calendar.

Click here to view or download recent Sunday Morning worship bulletins.

  1. “This Holy Mystery: A United Methodist Understanding of Holy Communion.” Edward Phillips, et al. Nashville, TN, The General Board of Discipleship of The United Methodist Church. 2004. p. 13.