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Traditional Worship

Sundays • 8:15, 9:30 and 11 AM • Sanctuary, Building C

 

Prayer, scripture and a sermon from one of the pastors are always included in our traditional worship services.

Music is also an important element of worship. Hymns are sung from the United Methodist Hymnal. A wide variety of music is a part of worship services throughout the year. Adaptations of hymns, gospel, classical, and contemporary Christian music will be heard in our traditional services. Orchestra, drums, brass, piano or organ may be a part of the musical presentation on any given Sunday.

Communion is served on the first Sunday of each month, except December when it is served at Christmas Eve services. The United Methodist communion table is open to all who seek a relationship with Jesus Christ regardless of age or church membership.

Media screens are used to display worship music, scripture, and information.

Listen to a Sermon

Sermon Schedule

April 8 •  Second Sunday of Easter, A Week Later  •  John 20:19-31  •  Rev. Joe Pool, preaching

April 14 •  Confirmation Service, Stay Connected  •  John 15:5-14  •  Rev. Joe Pool, preaching

Spring Series: “Acts of the Apostles: The Church Then and Now”

Early and Current Reactions to the Resurrection

April 15 •  Third Sunday of Easter, All We Have  •  Acts 3:1-10  •  Rev. Joe Pool, preaching

 

 Special Accommodations

CHILDREN are always welcome in worship. Sharing the Gospel with Children is a part of each service. Dr. Rev. Joe Pool invites children to join him down front for a brief message. To keep little ones occupied during the rest of the service, activity bags are available at the entrances to the sanctuary. Alternatively, nursery care for children up to two years old is available during all worship hours. Children’s Sunday school classes are also held for various ages at 9:30 AM.

WHEELCHAIRS are accommodated beside the front and back row aisles. Wheelchair parking is located closest to the Sanctuary, in between Building A and B.

ASSISTED LISTENING DEVICES are available to anyone with difficulty hearing. They may be borrowed at the sound booth or ask an usher for one.