Joy Filled Worship
 
10:00 a.m. each Sunday

Our form of worship is traditional but offered in a fresh and engaging style. Always aware that we are in the presence of God, Reverend Williams brings a clear sense of reverence to the worship service.  At the same time his passion for worship is evidenced by his energy and joyfulness.  We never leave worship without feeling uplifted.
 
Virtually everyone who joins us for worship, regardless of denominational background, finds something in our services that is familiar.  People quickly feel at home here.
 
We are blest with inspirational music.  Our Adult Choir, Junior Choir (grades 3-6), and Angel Choir (2nd grade and younger) take turns singing at our worship services.  Soloists and quartets sing from time to time as well.  On most Sundays our hymns are led by both organ and piano.

Children & Worship
 
Our children are important to us.  They are also important to Christ.  So, we are anxious to let children know they have a place in the house of God.  In fact, acolytes such as those shown above, begin the worship service by bringing in the Light of Christ.  At the close of the service they witness to the congregation by taking the Light of Christ out into the world.
 
Each Sunday morning service includes “Children's Moments,” a special time when the children come to the front of the church to receive a message just for them.
 
Children are always welcome to stay with the adults throughout the entire worship service.  However, half way through the service we offer the opportunity for younger children to leave the sanctuary and attend “Wee-Worship,” a time of worship and learning designed for their age group.

Holy Communion
 
We celebrate the Eucharist on the first Sunday of each month.  In the United Methodist Church the Lord's Table is open to all believers regardless of denominational preference or affiliation.  Anyone who seeks to know Jesus Christ is welcome at His table and in our church's celebration of this beautiful sacrament.

Nursery
 
Our nursery is open during both Sunday School and worship hours.