WORSHIP

One church. Three expressions of worship.

Sanctuary Worship on Sundays at 8:30, 9:30, & 11 a.m.

CLC Worship Sundays at 9:30 & 11 a.m.


WORSHIP DOES GOD'S STORY

We come together to draw closer to God and each other. Sharing and enacting God’s story in community helps us to wrestle with and understand our own stories. In every service, we recite the Shema (Deuteronomy 6) in Hebrew and English. This helps connect us to our shared calling as well as the ancient root of our faith. Worshiping together has the power to help widen our perspective and deepen our journey. We are regularly reconnected to our identity as children of God and our place in the family.

Sanctuary Worship

A liturgy from our faith tradition featuring hymns, prayers, congregational singing, choral and instrumental music, & pipe organ.

CLC Worship

A liturgy from our faith tradition featuring band-led congregational singing, prayer, dialogical teaching, and multimedia presentations.

Sanctuary teachings led by:

David McNitzky, Senior Pastor

CLC teachings led by:

Dinah Shelly, CLC Teaching Pastor

Taize Worship

First Wednesday of the month

A beautiful meditative service of praying through song, scripture, and silence, involving short chants from the Taize style of worship.

Taize service led by:

Donna Streib, Prayer and Spiritual Formation Pastor


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