We are an open table people. That means all are welcome here. No matter your past dilemmas or present challenges, no matter your age or race, no matter your gender or political party: we want you to be creative, bold, generous, and make a difference. We hope God unleashes your passion and gifts because the world sorely needs them. We are eager for you to wonder, question, explore and grow. Most of all, we want to journey with you in the adventure of Christ’s love. We are glad you’re here!
You are welcome and encouraged to park near the main entrance of our church marked with a red chalice. There are parking spots designated and marked for first-time guests and visitors.
Whatever you choose to wear, you will be welcomed as you are. You’ll see some dressed casually, some in business professional attire, others in elegant dress hats, and everything in between.
Messages are delivered with passion and purpose. You can listen online to learn more.
Greeters who meet you at the entrance will offer you a worship bulletin or you can pick one up at the glass table in the center of the foyer. Inside the bulletin you’ll find information for first-time guests, opportunities to serve and connect, and an order of worship.
If you need listening assistance, devices are available at the welcome center located in the foyer.
We practice communion by passing a plate to the whole congregation by rows. In the plate you will find grape juice in small cups at the perimeter, crackers and a small slice of bread in the center. You can tear from the bread or select a cracker, eat it, then select a cup as you pass the plate. We invite everyone to pause with the cup, reflect and pray, then drink as you are ready.
9:00 am Children’s Sunday School hour – enter the second portico (bordered by a beautiful, stone-fenced garden) to find classes for children ages 3 – 5th grade.
10:30 am Worship & Wonder – during worship children are invited to come forward for a brief children’s moment. Then children are dismissed for Worship & Wonder (ages 2 – Grade 3), where they will experience stories from scripture in a Montessori-inspired and sacred environment. Parents and guardians pick up their children from the Worship & Wonder rooms at the conclusion of worship. To learn more and see a video, visit our denominational website for Children’s Ministry here.