As you’re planning your visit
We have two services on Sundays with children’s programming. We also offer classes between services (“Formation Forums”) that help children, students and adults grow in their faith. Some people dress more formally, others are more casual. It’s a matter of personal preference.
The 9:00 am service leans a bit more into our Anglican identity and features symbols and actions characteristic of liturgical worship. The 11 am service is still liturgical (and Anglican), but does not feature as many of these elements. During the Summer we worship all together at 10 am.
Both services feature contemporary worship, Bible teaching and Communion.
We are a liturgical church. We encourage people to participate in the service by praying the prayers and singing the songs as they’re projected on slides.
The Shape of The Liturgy
Our services consist of four movements:
Congregating: God gathers us in, and we respond in praise.
Conversation: God speaks to us through the reading of his Word and an interpretive sermon. We respond with prayer, confession and trust.
Communion: God feeds us through our celebration of the Lord’s Supper and we respond with unity and devotion.
Commissioning: God sends us out in mission and we respond with obedience and hope.
Find Your Place Here
Devoted to Truth, Hungry for Grace
Identity In Christ: Born Again
This sermon begins our series through 1 Peter where we will be taking a look at four fundamental truths about our identity in Christ learned through 1 Peter. This episode dives into the truth of being 'born again' and seeks to answer the questions: What happens? Where does it happen? And how does it keep happening?