Visitors to a Sunday service can expect to hear different types of music, (rock, Jazz, classical, folk, home-made), prayers, meditations and selected readings offered by the minister and/or lay people who are part of that day’s service. The minister or guest speaker will most often offer a sermon on an interesting variety of timely topics, but sometimes a service might be all music, poetry and readings by local writers, and even liturgical dance or drama. We sing hymns, share our joys and concerns, laugh, cry and sometimes even applaud.  We are often participatory in our Sunday Worship but that is always an individual choice.  We are a “Welcoming Congregation” which means whoever you are and however you identify yourself, you will be welcome.

 

Parking is across the street. Cross on the crosswalk in front of the church. Child care is available on most Sundays in the Parish hall, (across the street), but children are always welcome and many services include a special story or time for children before they leave for Sunday school.

 

We encourage you to come and learn more about us.