We seek in our worship to exalt the Lord and affirm together that we have given our lives to Him. We plan our worship to recognize the gifts and talents of all ages. We incorporate both the planned and the spontaneous, the traditional and the contemporary. We want our response to God to be genuine. Worship is the offering of our whole life in service to God.
Advent is the first season in the church calendar. We begin the Christian year by remembering the promises of God made to humankind. The First Coming of Jesus was part of those promises. Christ’s birth, life and teachings, death, resurrection, and ascension all happened as foretold by the prophets. God has also promised a Second Coming—a New Advent—when sin, evil, and death will be overcome, and all of creation will be fully redeemed and made whole.
In every time and place God calls women, men, and children to holiness. The Feast of All Saints is celebrated on the first day of November. It’s a special day when churches around the world celebrate people—some famous and exceptional, many ordinary and unknown—who have loved God with all that they are and have inspired others to do so as well. It’s also a day when the Church prays for all Christians everywhere, with the hope that we too will become more and more like Jesus.
Video: Just Pray
God takes care of us through others.
A delightful and (very) special interactive worship service with Learning for Life (L4L) children and teachers Joanne, Marilyn and Kandy.