We gather together to celebrate the Gospel, which is the announcement that in Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection, God has fulfilled his ancient promise to begin renewing and restoring the whole of the created order.

Our worship begins with us gathering together, where we listen and respond to the story of God setting things right through Jesus Christ.  But our worship is not meant to end with that gathering.  Rather, our worship flows over to the rest of our lives – our work, our relationships, our finances, our hopes, our dreams, and our response to the brokenness in our lives, our city, and our world.

Sunday morning at 10:  Our rich liturgical tradition provides a solid framework and helpful rhythms for our worship and our life (gathering, confessing, being forgiven, extending forgiveness to others, lifting our voices in song and our hearts in prayer, hearing the Word of God, responding in gratitude, being blessed and sent).  Musically, we sing the great hymns of the faith alongside modern worship songs (“Be Thou My Vision” to Gungor’s “Beautiful Things,” and “How Great Thou Art” to Chris Tomlin’s “How Great Is Our God”), and a lot of things in between.  You’ll usually hear a piano, guitar, and drums; and occasionally a cello, trumpet, flute, or ukulele.  As far as a dress code, as long as you’re clothed we don’t really care beyond that!  Most folks dress casually and some dress up for the occasion.