Worship Services

We are a welcoming Christian faith community who joyfully unite to love, honor and worship God. We gather to share God’s word, seek the ways of Christ, be renewed through the Holy Spirit, and are then sent out as Christ’s disciples to serve others.


Sunday Worship Schedule

Visit our Members Page for a listing of special events.


Worship Service Schedule

    8:00 a.m.      Traditional Worship

                     10:00 a.m.           Connections

                           Contemporary Worship

Summer Worship Service Schedule

    9:00 a.m.      Memorial Day-Labor Day

Sunday School for 3K through high school

is held during the 

10 a.m. Worship Service.


Connect with your church family during

Fellowship hour held after both worship services!

Connections Worship
Sundays 10:00 a.m.


We welcome you to our new Connections service, where we connect with you in Song, Friendship, Community and God.  We worship musically along with our Praise Team, led by Luke Edgewood.  Our style is interactive, child friendly and casual.  Sunday School is offered at this time.


Senior Pastor Dave Schnepf offers an uplifting message based on scripture along with a Challenge Question to consider during the week.  Please join us and try this new style of worship!  


Traditional Worship
Sundays 8:00 a.m.


Our traditional worship offers an order of service that may be familiar to those who have appreciated the format of a traditional church service. Musically, we sing congregational hymns accompanied by our pipe organ, led by our Chancel Choir, three handbell choirs and a Brass Ensemble.

Our Worship Services offer meaningful messages and ways to grow in faith through prayer and scripture.
All are welcome to celebrate in the Sacrament of Holy Communion,
celebrated on the first Sunday of the month during all services.​

"I feel God's love and peace so strongly through the incredible music at our church services. My family and I feel so blessed to be part of a church that encourages everyone to share their musical gifts." 

  ~ Julie Palm - UCC Church Member