During the year, we take a deeper look at different understandings and experiences of God that we learn in scripture. Through the seasons of the church year (Advent, Christmas, Season after the Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Season after Pentecost), we focus our attention on different aspects of the Christian faith and life. The practice of keeping the church year dates back to the Fifth Century.
Sermons are relevant to contemporary issues and struggles. Though they engage our minds, a dose of humor or a down-to-earth example helps make ancient scripture as organized by the Revised Common Lectionary fresh for today.
As was the practice of the early Christians, we celebrate Holy Communion at most of our liturgies. Holy Communion is also known as the Holy Eucharist, the Mass and the Lord's Supper.
The best way to learn how we worship is to experience it!