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Come as you are and clothed as you are comfortable. You will see folks dressed from jeans and t-shirts all the way to ties and coats.
This service is diverse in age and attempts to treasure the sacred while providing a touch of modernity.
This service is more formal with historical liturgies, hymns, and chancel choir.
The pastor wears a robe to signify the sacred responsibility that comes with being set apart for ministry. The pastor also wears a colored stole that matches the liturgical season, is a symbol of ordination, and is a reminder that clergy are yoked with Christ, called to imitate Christ's servant leadership.
Children are always invited and encouraged to remain with you or we have a nursery available for younger children.
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.
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