If you look at it one way, worship is all that we are and all that we do. We desire to be fully present to ourselves and fully present to God, both inside and outside the church. In that way, our outreach, study, community life, mission, and individual lives are all connected to worship: showing up, opening our hands and hearts to the grace of God that flows around us all the time, and being changed by it.
We remember this truth Sundays at 10:30am and 7pm when we gather to create a different space to watch and wait for God, to speak truth about ourselves and the life of the world, to listen to the Scriptures, to pray, to offer our lives, to be transformed, to hope for a better world.
Our Sunday service holds all of these elements together in a unique way. We are the inheritors of several different modern and ancient traditions and seek to infuse worship with the best from all of these traditions and practices. Services and sermons are artistic and meaningful, challenging and provocative, spirit-filled and honest. We try to create worship that reaches the hearts and minds of people in fresh, life-giving ways.
Our evening service (7pm) is acoustic, candlelit, peaceful and restoring–an unplugged atmosphere with plenty of room for contemplation and reflection.
Our goal in worship and community is not to become more “religious,” but to become more fully human.