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9:30 am Sunday Worship Service

If you cannot attend in person, please watch with us from home! We stream live weekly on Facebook.

We’re excited to announce that childcare will be available during the service beginning in September 2024 and every two weeks thereafter! This will provide your children with a safe and nurturing space while you participate fully in worship.


Is the church handicap accessible?

Yes. Please enter through the right side of our garden, which is accessed through our parking lot. You will enter Wobbe Hall, take a left through the double doors, and follow the hallway to the sanctuary. Our accessible restroom is located adjacent to the kitchen in Wobbe Hall.

Are children welcome to attend the worship service?

Absolutely! Children are a cherished part of our worship service here. We believe families worshipping together is a beautiful thing.

However, we also recognize that young children may sometimes get restless. That’s perfectly alright! To help make things easier for everyone, we have a designated space in the narthex with a playmat and toys available. This allows your child to play quietly while still being close by and able to see and hear parts of the service.

If you’d like to use this space, simply ask an usher for the toys and mat. They’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.

How long are services?

Our worship services are typically one hour long.

What should I wear?

There is no dress code, and you are invited to dress comfortably. Though members tend to dress respectfully for the occasion, styles vary widely, especially during summer. You’ll see anything from jeans to slacks to “Sunday Best.”

Is there parking?

There is free parking on our lot located directly behind our building. We also use the garden entrances from the parking lot as our main entrance to the sanctuary. The left access from our garden is the closest to our sanctuary and office.

What about Communion?

Communion is offered on the first Sunday of each month and special days in the church calendar. Communion is an “open table,” meaning it is available to all.