We gather on Sundays at 10:30am for worship services that weave together spoken word, music, visual arts, and interactive rituals that invite congregants to move around.
Inspired by biblical stories and metaphors, our creative, multi-sensory worship services explore themes that are relevant to our contemporary lives and express our commitment to justice, equity, and inclusion.
A spirited blend of traditional and contemporary hymns and songs accompanied by instruments such as the piano, conga drums, tambourine, and our historic 1905 Whalley-Spencer pipe organ. Contact music director Janice Peterson to get involved.
Members of our voice choir offer praise to God and help to lead the congregation in worship. They find spiritual fulfillment in practicing, learning, growing, and communing with others.
Members of our handbell choir give of their talents and gifts, offering praise to God through music. They enjoy bringing the beautiful sound of ringing bells and chimes into worship approximately once a month.
Our Sanctuary Arts team creates both seasonal and theme-based sacred space installations, seeking to visually express the themes of worship in tangible ways. Their purpose is to provide an evocative, intentional, and sacred space that affirms, supports, and inspires seekers’ encounters with the Divine.