For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.
Christians have gathered together to worship God since the earliest days of the church. It’s the primary way you can tell a church is a church. But what exactly is worship?
Jesus told his disciples that he would be present with them whenever they gathered together in his name – and that’s what we do when we come to worship: we invite God to come among us, to open our hearts and minds, to connect us to one another and to the power of God’s love and grace.
Worship gives us the opportunity to hear the Good News of Jesus (that love is stronger than death, that grace is more powerful than sin, that there is goodness and truth in this world and in God), and to respond to that news in prayer and song and silence and sacrament and communion with one another. Worship brings together things both ancient and modern – in sermons that reference the Scriptures and news of the day, in traditional hymns and in folk melodies from around the world, in extemporized prayers and liturgies that reflect the richness of centuries of tradition.
Join us in worship, every Sunday at 10 a.m. All really are welcome!