11:00 AM — Traditional Service
- Familiar music
- Thought provoking sermons.
- Meaningful prayers.
- Celebration of the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of every month
- We want to see and hear children worshiping with us.
Presbyterians understand baptism as admission into the visible Church, ordained by Jesus Christ, as a sign and seal of the work by the Holy Spirit, rather than our own efforts. We baptize infants and adults. We also recognize the baptism of other Christian churches when performed in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The Lord’s Supper
Presbyterians believe the Lord’s Supper is the sign and seal of eating and drinking in communion with the crucified and risen Lord. In his last meal before his death, Jesus took and shared with his disciples the bread and wine, speaking of the bread and wine as his body and blood, signs of a new covenant. He commended breaking bread and sharing a cup to remember and proclaim his death.
In this symbolic meal the church celebrates the joyful feast of the people of God, and anticipates the great banquet and marriage supper of the Lamb. By the power and presence of the Holy Spirit, believers are united with the living Christ and all who share in this meal.
We celebrate the Lords Supper the first Sunday of each month. The invitation to participate is extended to all who have been baptized, remembering that access to Christ’s table is not a right conferred upon the worthy, but a privilege given to the undeserving who come in faith, in repentance, and in love.