About Our Worship

Praising God is at the heart of our community. It happens in our regular worship services as well as in other times in the life of our congregation. Find out more about how we live out this part of our vision.


During the response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we are hosting worship virtually through a livestream at 10:30am on most Sundays. There is a link on the home page that will be updated every week.

View Playlist of Archived Services

The video below is a playlist of all the livestreamed services. You can view all of our past services that have been streamed here.  We hope you find this as a meaningful way to stay connected to God and with each other. Even though our building is mostly closed, we continue work to find ways to praise God, follow in the way of Jesus, and build the beloved community.

Click icon in the upper right of the video window below to see the different videos in the playlist. 

The live streamed services include:

  • Sermon
  • Story for all ages
  • Special music
  • Congregational hymns and readings (with words on the video screen)
  • ASL interpretation (if requested)


The 8:30am worship service is a reflective and traditional service. Communion is offered each Sunday. Special music is provided. The sermon is the same at both services.

A Taizé Service is held the first Sunday of every month at 5:00pm. This service is modeled after the services held at the Taizé Community in France, and is a worship experience wholly dedicated to prayer and to hearing God’s word, using song, scripture, and silent meditation.

The 10:30 worship service is a kid-friendly service that includes a Story for All Ages, where children are invited to gather at the front of the church for a special lesson. Children then attend Children’s church. Communion is offered the first Sunday of each month, or on special days. Special music is provided. There is childcare provided. This service is interpreted in American Sign Language when requested.


The United Church of Christ celebrates two sacraments, baptism and communion. Baptism is celebrated both for infants and for older believers who have not previously been baptized. This sacrament is included in the Sunday worship service, after conferring with the pastor. Many persons bring water for the baptism from a place that is meaningful to them.

Through water at baptism, God embraces you — no matter who you are — and brings you into Christ’s Church. You become vital not only to a local church, but the wider Church. You share in the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. The church also promises to love, support, and care for you throughout your whole life. Baptized, you now participate fully in life of the Church and God’s realm. More about baptism in the UCC »


The United Church of Christ celebrates two sacraments, baptism and communion. We practice “open” communion, inviting all people to share the cup and bread, regardless of denominational affiliation or age. Grape juice and gluten free crackers are used so that all may participate. Together, around God’s welcome table, we recall God’s loving acts, we experience our oneness in Christ, we hope for a time when all will be fed, and we anticipate the fullness of God’s love and justice throughout creation. More about communion in the UCC »

Inclusive and expansive language

Inclusive and expansive language is used in our worship services. This is far more than an aesthetic matter of male and female imagery; it is a fundamental issue of social justice. Language that is truly inclusive affirms sexuality, racial and ethnic background, stages of maturity, and degrees of limiting conditions. More about inclusive and expansive language in the UCC »

Special Services

Taizé Worship
Worship is on the first Sunday of each month at 5:00pm and is modeled after the services held at the Taizé Community in France, home to a community of Catholic and Protestant Brothers. It is a worship experience wholly dedicated to prayer and to hearing God’s word, using chanted prayers and meditative singing, scripture, and silent meditation. Communion is served; there is no preaching.

About the music: All of the music was composed for and by the Taizé Community. Each song is sung several times to allow meditation on the words, so that each song may become a prayer. About the silence: Following the scripture readings there is a period of silent meditation lasting approximately seven minutes. The silence is a time to still your hearts and minds, letting the word of God touch you wherever you are.


Join Us

Sunday Worship Services 
8:30am and 10:30am

Story for All Ages and Children’s Church – during the 10:30 service

Education Hour (September through May)
9:30am – Adult Forum and Coffee