Our primary community worship time is the Sunday celebration of Eucharist (also known as Holy Communion).
Since the word Eucharist means thanksgiving, we consider ourselves to be a community of people striving to be ever more thankful and generous (to God and to each other).
We are all at different places in our journey toward God, and we are all seekers.
We welcome everyone, no matter where you are on your journey of faith.
Our worship welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds, to sing, pray, and think, and then to gather around God’s table to be fed physically and spiritually. Our Sunday worship grounds us in our faith journey and nourishes us to return to the unpredictability of our daily lives.