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Weekly Worship

Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.; Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.




Weekly Worship

Sundays at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.; Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.







What can I expect at worship?


Our 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship services are traditionally liturgical, meaning simply that they follow an ancient pattern of worship that you'll be able to follow along with in a printed bulletin and using a hymn book to sing along with many of the songs.  That traditional pattern of worship includes:  

Gather (often includes a Confession and Forgiveness or Thanksgiving for Baptism, music, and prayer)

Word (we hear from Scripture and a prepared message from the preacher; during this time we also pray for the world and present our offerings)

Meal (we remember our Lord's Last Supper with his friends and partake of elements of that meal)

Send (blessing, song, dismissal)  

 

And, to help you prepare, our Christmas schedule coming up is:  

Come to the Manger!

 We gather again to hear the story of the holy birth in Bethlehem, to sing together the song of the angels, and to experience Emmanuel, God with us, in Word and Sacrament. Invite your friends, neighbors, coworkers, family, whomever to join us!!

Tuesday, December 24

11:00 a.m. - Family-friendly service of Holy Communion, featuring music by our children’s choirs

6:00 p.m. - Beloved carols, Scripture readings and prayers make up this 45-minute service especially appropriate for families with young children.

7:30 p.m. - Candlelight service of Holy Communion with music by Atonement Choir, A.Y.S. (Atonement Youth Singers) and Atonement Ringers.

10:00 p.m. - Candlelight service of Holy Communion with inspiring music.

 

Wednesday, December 25

10:00 a.m. - This simple service of Holy Communion filled with seasonal carols offers an opportunity to reflect on the wonder and joy of the Nativity.

 





What can I expect at worship?


Our 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship services are traditionally liturgical, meaning simply that they follow an ancient pattern of worship that you'll be able to follow along with in a printed bulletin and using a hymn book to sing along with many of the songs.  That traditional pattern of worship includes:  

Gather (often includes a Confession and Forgiveness or Thanksgiving for Baptism, music, and prayer)

Word (we hear from Scripture and a prepared message from the preacher; during this time we also pray for the world and present our offerings)

Meal (we remember our Lord's Last Supper with his friends and partake of elements of that meal)

Send (blessing, song, dismissal)  

 

And, to help you prepare, our Christmas schedule coming up is:  

Come to the Manger!

 We gather again to hear the story of the holy birth in Bethlehem, to sing together the song of the angels, and to experience Emmanuel, God with us, in Word and Sacrament. Invite your friends, neighbors, coworkers, family, whomever to join us!!

Tuesday, December 24

11:00 a.m. - Family-friendly service of Holy Communion, featuring music by our children’s choirs

6:00 p.m. - Beloved carols, Scripture readings and prayers make up this 45-minute service especially appropriate for families with young children.

7:30 p.m. - Candlelight service of Holy Communion with music by Atonement Choir, A.Y.S. (Atonement Youth Singers) and Atonement Ringers.

10:00 p.m. - Candlelight service of Holy Communion with inspiring music.

 

Wednesday, December 25

10:00 a.m. - This simple service of Holy Communion filled with seasonal carols offers an opportunity to reflect on the wonder and joy of the Nativity.

 




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Children in worship




Children in worship







Children are always welcome in worship!  We strive to have Children's Moments in worship, whether it be a Children's Message, a reading from the Spark Storybook Bible, or even the occasional Children's Chapel. We understand, though, that sometimes parents would like to worship without the distraction of little ones - so we provide several options for your ease of engagement in worship with your children:  

  • Activity bags are available at the entrance to the worship space for your children to play with in worship.  These are ideal for preschool and elementary aged kids, but there are coloring sheets that even the smallest children can draw all over!  
  • Privacy Room - If kids need a little more wiggle room, there is a glass enclosed room at the back of the worship space. Kids can move and make more noise, but parents can still hear the worship service.  
  • Nursery - just down the first floor hall in Room F. 126.  Parents are asked to sign in their children at drop off and promptly pick up their children at the end of worship. If children will be staying for both worship and faith enrichment (in the Fall), please stop by the nursery in between to talk with the nursery attendant and check on your child. Please bring labeled diaper bags and bottles for an infant child so nursery attendants can provide appropriate care.  During worship, the nursery is open for infants through children age 6.  The nursery is also open during Sunday School hour for infants through age 3 whose parents are involved in an activity at the church during that time.   

 

PLEASE DO NOT BRING ANY PEANUT OR NUT PRODUCTS TO THE CHURCH.
Some of our church members and preschool children are allergic.
Thank you. 

 


Worship with us at

8:30 a.m. Sundays - traditional liturgical worship in Nave (main worship space)

11:00 a.m. Sundays - traditional liturgical worship in Nave (main worship space)


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