11:00 AM Sunday. Service usually lasts an hour to an hour and a quarter. Coffee time and fellowship follow.
Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month.
The service is relatively traditional in structure – prayers, hymns, bible readings, and a sermon (usually by senior pastor Michele Campton-Stehr). The atmosphere is welcoming and informal. The congregation is diverse ethnically, culturally, and theologically.
Attendance is usually in the range of 25 to 35, so you can’t be invisible. But if you need your space, people will pick up on that and honor it.
Sunday school is held downstairs during the service. Because we have only a half-dozen kids who attend regularly, and those kids are 11 and up, we usually have a single class. However, we are committed to providing a suitable environment for whoever shows up. We can accommodate the occasional infant or toddler, and will add classes or paid childcare if there’s a long-term need.