Our services include inspiration from our Jewish and Christian heritages as well as other world religions. They last about an hour and typically include music, readings, and a time for prayer and reflection, and a sermon. We follow a traditional format, but our wide-ranging topics and music make each service unique.
If you're visiting us for the first time, we suggest that you enter the sanctuary through the main doors facing Fern Street. Let our greeters know that you’re visiting so we can welcome you and offer more information about our church. We encourage you to sign our visitor book and make a nametag so our Welcome Team will know you're here.
Among our pews you will see a wide range of attire from sport coats and dresses to casual shirts and jeans.
Options for Children
Childcare is available every Sunday for babies and toddlers. Older children attend church school classes from September through May. They begin their morning in the Sanctuary and leave for their classrooms after approximately 15 minutes.
We hold intergenerational services on select holidays when children stay with their families in the Sanctuary for the entire service. For more information, contact the religious education department prior to your first visit.
Join us for our lively Fellowship Hour for refreshments and conversation. Ask for a member of our Welcome Team or feel free to mingle – we’re a friendly, welcoming group!
We host a First Sunday Visitor’s Coffee for visitors who are interested in learning more about the church in an informal gathering. Join us in the parlor after the service. Head through the back of the sanctuary and look for the sign for “Parlor” on the left (or ask anyone with a name tag to point you in the right direction).