This week’s service:

Sunday Mornings

  • 9:00 – 9:30 am – Meditation in the chapel
  • 9:50 – Music and Singing in the Sanctuary
  • 10:00 – Community Worship

Throughout the year, there are worship services to mark special liturgical events including Christmastime services, Ash Wednesday and Lenten Services, Holy Week Services, Easter Services and Pentecost Services.


On the most basic level, communion refers to the re-enactment in worship of the last supper between Christ and his friends on the night before his death.  The image of Jesus sharing bread and wine with his friends as symbols of the sharing of his teachings and life portrays the generosity of God for us, nourishing our body, mind and spirit.

Communion also refers to the congregation, the group of people who have made a vow in worship to support and care for each other as we seek to follow in the way of Christ.

Communion also describes an image of the hope that fuels Christian faith.  In a world that is characterized by ethnic, racial, class and religious division, we live in anticipation of a day when the world will live in a communion of love that transcends our differences.

All are welcome at Christ’s table, so all are welcome (regardless of age, religious background, or any other factor). As an aspect of worship, communion is shared on a monthly basis during our regular service of worship.