Because of our Acts of Faith Model, worship takes many forms — including walking meditation, singing in groups, studying a book in a diner. We believe that God is everywhere, sovereign over all things, and therefore can be worshiped through any (and every) activity.
However, if you are looking for a more traditional experience of group prayer, singing, hearing the Word proclaimed, etc. we invite you to any of these five opportunities — all of which take place around the city, building community as the first century church did.
Informal, conversational, creative, theologically grounded worship through music, Scripture, prayer, sacraments & fellowship.
Neighborhood people with residents in an assisted care facility.
Traditional worship: preaching, Scripture, prayer, singing, choir, coffee hour, sacraments & fellowship.
Neighborhood people and residents in a senior living community.
Civil patients of the Psychiatric Center engage in worship with a positive focus. Volunteers engage in worship and host the coffeehour of socializing and conversation following worship. Use the contact button (above) to learn more.
Court-placed patients and neighborhood residents come together for casual, conversational worship through song, prayer, responsive reading, and Scripture with a positive message of God’s love and acceptance. Social time follows.
Informal, conversational, creative, theologically grounded worship through music, Scripture, prayer, sacraments & fellowship. Positive message of God’s love and acceptance.
Neighborhood people worship with residents in this facility for those who are either senior or living with disabilities.