Worship is at the heart of our life as a community. Our Sunday gatherings provide spiritual support and inspiration fifty-two Sundays a year and during the holy seasons of the Christian faith, in three distinct worship styles. We welcome you to full participation in worship. We also invite you to consider a ministry in worship leadership and support. Greeting others at the door, reading prayers or a Scripture passage will deepen our worship life and enhance your experience of it.
We welcome those who feel called to participate in liturgy on Sunday mornings. We have opportunities to read the prayers or Scripture lessons or to serve at the altar as a Eucharistic minister. Participants are usually scheduled to serve once per month at one of the three Sunday services. Training is offered during the year. Contact: Sherri Holtke.
This is a quiet, behind-the-scenes ministry of care and preparation of our altar. Duties include setting up for all worship services, cleaning up and putting away after they’re over, care of the vessels, washing and ironing the linens, and cleaning and care of the vestments. There is a lovely core of people who undertake this ministry for us and form a tight community as they work. The Altar Guild also helps at weddings and funerals and meets periodically to clean and polish the brass and silver and decorate the church for Christmas and Easter. Contact: Lisa Beaupre or Ivy Booth.
This is an easy way to serve on Sunday mornings, provide a warm welcome to worshipers and assist them in finding their way around the church. It’s also a wonderful way to meet people and help us get to know you better. Contact: Victoria Madsen.
Each season of the Christian year highlights particular spiritual themes. A small group of worship planners meets throughout the year to prayerfully plan for each season. Contact: Elise Sanders.
The acolyte ministry is open to all ages who would like to share their gifts with us in worship. Beginning around grade 3, children are invited to consider becoming acolytes. We like to create different teams of adults, youth and children to work together and serve at the altar. Acolytes usually serve once or twice a month. Contact: Courtney Hammond.