At 10:45 a.m. on Sundays, we celebrate a more traditional service of worship. Its structure and its style of music are rooted in the historical practices of the Evangelical and Reformed tradition, but are updated for our present day.
In and through the flow of traditional worship we seek to enter into God’s presence. The worship service includes organ music, prayer, affirmations of faith, scripture and faithful proclamation. We sing the great hymns of the church as well as occasionally adding in some more contemporary selections that have been lovingly adopted by those who worship at 10:45. There are also sung responses, as well as times for prayer and contemplation as the organist lifts up Preludes, Offertories and Postludes. Accompaniment for all our music is provided by our gifted organist.
It is a joy to say that our traditional worship, while more formal in style, still has the warmth and intimacy of a faith-family celebration. There is never a sense of just going through the motions!
At 10:45 a.m., the Pastor wears a robe and stole. The dress of those who gather for worship ranges widely from business casual to Sunday best.