The Lord’s Day (Sunday)
Prayer Meeting (9:30am)
Worship of the Triune God (10:15am)
- A service focusing on confession of sins, reading and preaching through the Bible, and celebrating Holy Communion together.
- Pastor Danny is currently preaching through Romans.
Sunday School (12:00pm)
Worship of the Triune God (5:00pm)
- A shortened form of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer’s “Evening Prayer” focusing on singing the Psalms, reading and preaching through the Bible, and congregational prayer.
- Pastor Danny is currently preaching through Acts.
As an historic Christian, Protestant, and Reformed church, we also utilize a Christ-centered church calendar. See Pastor Danny’s essay, “Not Holy But Helpful: A Case for the ‘Evangelical Feast Days’ in the Reformed Tradition.”
- The four Sundays prior to Christmas our singing, Scripture reading, and preaching focus on the Old Testament promise of the coming of the Lord.
Christmas Eve (6:30pm)
- A service of Scripture readings through the Old and New Testaments and Christmas carols in response that celebrate the Incarnation of the Son of God.
Good Friday (6:30pm)
- A service of historic prayers and Scripture readings with Psalm responses that contemplate the suffering and death of our Lord.
Resurrection (“Easter” Sunday, 10:15am/12:00pm)
- In the first service the preaching typically is “apologetic,” that is, it seeks to tear down arguments against the resurrection of Jesus and to proclaim its reality and centrality.
- A short second service (45 min.) in which the preaching is typically focused on the practical benefits of the resurrection for the believer. Note that there is no 5:00pm service.
Ascension (Sunday, 10:15am)
- A service focusing on the importance of the ascension of the resurrected Lord’s return to heaven.
Pentecost (Sunday, 10:15am)
- A service focusing on the importance of the Holy Spirit.
National Day of Prayer (1st Thursday in May) @ 6:30pm
Thanksgiving (4th Thursday in November) @ 10am