Weekly Sunday Worship:

Weekly worship is central to who we are as a congregation. We worship God together every week because God desires and deserves our worship. For the Christian, weekly worship and receiving Holy Communion is not an optional activity. Certainly, God wants our expression of love and praise throughout the week, but God also desires corporate, family worship as well. We gather every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. for such worship. Together we thank God for all of God’ blessings throughout the week.

Special Services:

Christmas Eve: Candlelight Communion Services at 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Ash Wednesday: Service with Ashes at 7:30 p.m.
Maundy Thursday: Last Supper Communion Service Noon at 7:30 p.m.
Good Friday: Service of the Cross Communion Service Noon at 7:30 p.m.

Baptisms:

We provide the sacrament of Baptism for both children and adults throughout the year during our regular Sunday worship service. It is important that all Baptisms be scheduled at least two months in advance so that the parents of children and adults being baptized can meet for instruction with the pastor.

Weddings:

The pastors of Faith are willing to marry both those who are members of the church as well as those who are seeking a deeper relationship with the Lord. Weddings should be scheduled at least three months in advance allowing time for pre-marital counseling with the pastor.

Funerals:

The pastors are ready to serve the members of Faith in providing comfort at the time of their loss. Although a church funeral is encouraged, the pastors are also willing to conduct a service at the funeral home. Families of non-members who are unchurched will be served as the pastors’ schedule permits.

Choir:

We have an excellent Adult Choir that sings on Sunday mornings. Those who enjoy singing are encouraged to join our choir. Practice is a half an hour before the 10 a.m. service and 45 minutes following the Sunday service.

Ushers:

We invite you to become an usher. You can do this as early as your teenage years. Ushers greet all attenders and hand them a bulletin. They also assist in taking the offering and lead people to take Holy Communion in an orderly manner. At the conclusion of the service, ushers ready the church so that it is presentable for the Presbyterian Church whose worship follows ours.

Readers:

Each week someone from the congregation participates in the worship service by reading both the Old Testament Lession and Epistle Lesson for the day.

Communion Assistants:

Each week we have a layperson assist the pastor distribute Holy Communion to the congregation.

Acolytes:

Our confirmation age young people help by lighting and extinguishing the altar candles and by handing out and collecting the offering plates.