The church family gathers for Worship each Sunday at 11:00 am. Our worship has a traditional feel with organ, piano, and vocal and bell choirs bringing our spirits closer to the Holy.


Each Sunday, we gather before the LORD'S Table to celebrate communion (also called the LORD's Supper or the Eucharist). Everyone is invited by the LORD Jesus Christ to this holy feast. Through Sharing the bread and cup, we meet and receive the living Christ. We affirm the presence of the living LORD and proclaim him the dominant power in our lives.

Communion is an act of thanksgiving for the renewal of our lives through the forgiveness of God. It is an expression of celebration and unity, of oneness in Christ, and of concern for each other. When we come to the table, we come for a time of self examination, personal confession of sin and receiving God's forgiveness.

Through this sacrament, we remember the sacrifice of Christ's life and fix our hope upon the promise "until he comes." [Paraphrased from "A Handbook for Today's Disciples" by D. Duane Cummins, 1991]

Learn more about Disciples' observance of Communion


Music in worship is our response of love to the God who first loved us.

"Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord. Let us shout joyfully to the rock of our salvation. Let us come before God's presence with thanksgiving and extol God with music and song." - Psalm 95:1-3

The Chancel Choir and Handbell Choir provide excellent music for the 11:00 Sunday worship services. In addition, special liturgical music is sung and played throughout the year as we celebrate the various seasons of the Christian year.

We invite you to join us!

Special Music Programs