Worship is at 10:30 am on Sundays. Masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing observed.  Worship includes both traditional hymns and praise songs. The Lord's Supper is observed every Sunday where all are welcome at the Lord's Table.
The church year begins 4 weeks before Christmas with the season of Advent. On the first Sunday of Advent the worship space for Advent and Christmas is decorated. On the second or third Sunday of Advent the children and youth present a Christmas program.
On the shortest day of the year, December 21, there is an evening worship service entitled "The Longest Night."  This is a time for music, lighting candles and readings.  This service is a time for reflection and silence in the midst of the busy season, acknowledging the grief  and loss that are present in our lives.
On Christmas Eve, December 24th, there is a service with communion and candle light at 7:00pm for all ages.
The next church season is Lent which lasts for 40 days (not counting Sundays) leading up to Easter.
The week prior to Easter is Palm Sunday when we remember how Jesus entered Jerusalem, was rejected and suffered there. On the Thursday before Easter, termed Maundy Thursday, a service is held to celebrate the anniversary of Jesus' last meal with his disciples.
On Easter Sunday there is a 10:30am worship celebration.
Fifty days or six weeks after Easter is Pentecost. This is the birthday of the general church and the gifts given by the Holy Spirit. All are encouraged to wear red or other fire colors on this day.