Like most congregations, we are not gathering at the church building on Sunday mornings.  But worship is the most important thing we do together as a church.  So each week, we produce an At-Home Worship Guide with music, readings, guided prayer, a message by Pastor Dr. Erwin Goedicke or Pastoral Associate Dr. Larry Sansoucie. Twice a month we even have communion together at home! You can experience this worship at your convenience after it is posted on our Facebook page on Saturdays, or join in with others live, via Zoom, Sundays at 10 AM. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!  Sign up for our weekly E-Chimes (CLICK HERE) to receive the At-Home Worship Guide in your inbox, or click on date below for the most recent worship guides.


November 22, 2020: “Sovereign”
November 15, 2020: “Playful”
November 8, 2020: “Passionate”

November 1, 2020: “Personal”
October 25, 2020: “Subtle”

October 18, 2020:
“New Heavens and New Earth”
October 11, 2020: “One New Humanity”
September 27, 2020: “A New Covenant”
September 20, 2020: “New Creations”
September 13, 2020: “The New Wine of the Gospel”
September 6, 2020: “Is God Again Doing a New Thing? 


August 30, 2020 : Abide
August 16, 2020: Listen
August 9, 2020: Breathe
August 2, 2020: Remember


July 26, 2020: “Walk Humbly With God”

July 19, 2020: “To Love Mercy”
July 12, 2020: “To Do Justice”
July 5, 2020: “What the Lord Requires”


June 28, 2020: “Ultimate Allegiance” (The Rev. Chip Hardwick) 
June 21, 2020: Grace Is Amazing 
June 14, 2020: A Conversation of the Soul with God
June 7, 2020: Holy Is the Name


May 31, 2020: The Church Is…




May 24, 2020: The Church in the World
May 17, 2020: Seeing Jesus
MAY 10, 2020: Asking in Jesus Name
MAY 3, 2020: Glad and Generous Hearts
APRIL 26, 2020: Walking Through Difficult Times
APRIL 19, 2020: Believing Anyway


Normally, we gather every Sunday at 10 AM. The service lasts about an hour and 15 minutes. We celebrate the Lord’s Supper every 1st and 3rd Sunday, and take time in each service to share and pray about the things that affect our lives. Our service follows a pattern but it’s not the same each week, and it’s not formal and there’s no dress code. We typically focus our services around sermon series.