Below are descriptions of our 5 Worshiping Communities.
During the COVID Pandemic, we are worshiping on our
with daily meditations (Prayerful Pause) and
weekly Worship Services.
Please join us there until we can once again be
in person with each other.
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.