Sunday 9:00 am: Traditional worship service, with music consisting of traditional hymns, generally played on the organ. Worship leaders wear albs (robes) and there is a Choir from September – May. Holy Communion is offered on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. The service is projected on an overhead screen.

Sunday 10:45 am: Contemporary worship, with praise-style music, usually played on guitar and piano. Songs are led by a small group of singers. Worship leaders dress in street clothes. Holy Communion is offered at all services. The service is projected on an overhead screen.

During the school year, Sunday School, for children ages 3 and up, is provided during the 10:45 worship service. The children accompany their parents (guardians) into church for the beginning of worship and then, at a point in the worship service, are invited (they may leave or stay in worship) to go to Sunday School.

Holy Communion: We practice "Open Communion," which means that there is no requirement that you be a member in order to participate - as long as you have been baptized and believe in Jesus Christ, you are welcome to participate in communion. Children may come forward, at the time of communion, to receive a blessing.
Generally, communion is continuous and taken by intinction; or more simply; we form a continuous line. The bread (generally a wafer) is placed in your hand you may then dip it in the chalice of wine or receive an individual cup which contains grape juice. (If you prefer, you may choose to drink from the chalice instead of dipping the wafer.) Once you have received communion, you return to your seat by the side aisles.