Worship

Come as you are...and leave transformed by the love of Christ

Welcome Home!

A long time ago, church began with Jesus hanging out with a bunch of outcasts, sinners, and disreputable folk.  Martin Luther, the father of the Reformation (a movement to revitalize the Christian church), once said that the church is a hospital for sinners.  What that means is that you don't have to pretend to be anyone you are not in order to worship with us.  We all come carrying our joys, sorrows, mistakes, triumphs, weaknesses, and strengths, and lay them all at the foot of the cross, confident in God's amazing love for the world expressed in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  

What can you expect at worship?  We gather as a group of broken, fallible, beloved people. We share God's Word in scripture, music and preaching.  We eat a special meal at Jesus' own table, and sent out to love and serve a broken world.
 
At Faith, we are one family with two worship services.  The services are different, but share a lot in common as well.  We also have special services on holidays and during seasons of the church year.  Follow the links on the sidebar to the left to find out more about our worship services or follow the links below: