Worship Services


Through our worship, our intention is to show our love and loyalty to God for His grace. Jesus says in John 4:23-24, “But the hour is coming, and now is, when true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth, for the Father is seeking such to worship Him.  God is a spirit and they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth.”  Worship services are carefully planned so that we may assemble together as the body of Christ as true worshippers.  Our services are centered around the Bible and Christ’s teaching as we learn how to follow Him.   



The 9:00 AM Praise and Worship service is contemporary in nature when it comes to the music and layout of the service. The message is the same but the music is led by a Praise Team and a Praise Band. 

Holy Communion is served on the first Sunday of the month. 




The 11:15 Traditional service incorporates some of the rich traditions of the United Methodist Church and is more formal and liturgical than the Praise and Worship service.  If you feel most connected to God in a formal setting that includes scripture readings, creeds, choral music and traditional hymns you will feel right at home in this service.  While children are certainly welcomed, there is a nursery available as well as an opportunity for elementary school-aged children to be excused from the sanctuary to particpate in worship designed especially for them.

Holy Communion is served on the first Sunday of the month.



“PAUSE” is a unique Sunday evening worship experience that takes place at 7:07 p.m. This service is a time where we have an intimate, passionate, prayerful time with our Lord as we begin a new week. The service contains a time of song, devotion, and ends with prayer. There is also a time for an anointing individuals with oil if requested. There is an individual prayer time at the altar. Individuals are dismissed when they complete their time of prayer. The pastor and others are available to pray with you if needed. We ask the body of Christ to support this service by attending, inviting those who may normally work on Sunday mornings and can’t make it to church, invite those who don’t have a church, or even those who do but are looking to attend an additional service at night. This is a service for all those who are seeking a time with the Lord where they can renew their hearts before beginning a new week.

Join us this Sunday for Pause!







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