Worship Services

Worship Services

2017 WORSHIP SERVICES SCHEDULE

SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER  JUNE 11 – SEPTEMBER 17  

10:00 am Joint English Speaking Worship in Sanctuary
11:30 am Nichigo, Japanese Language Worship Service

 

SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE FOR FALL SEPTEMBER 24 – NOVEMBER 26

First Sunday of Each Month

10:00am Joint English Speaking Worship & Communion in Sanctuary
11:30am Nichigo, Japanese Language Worship Service

Other Sundays
9:30 am Traditional Service in Sanctuary
11:00 am Summit Service in Lee Activity Center gym
11:00 am Nichigobu Worship in Sanctuary (Japanese Language)

 

SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE FOR DECEMBER 3 – DECEMBER 31

DECEMBER 3 – 1ST SUNDAY OF ADVENT – 10am Joint Service in the Sanctuary; 11:30am Nichigo Service

DECEMBER 10 – 2ND SUNDAY OF ADVENT – 10am Joint Service in the Sanctuary; 11:30am Nichigo Service

DECEMBER 17 – 3RD SUNDAY OF ADVENT – 10am Joint Service in the Sanctuary; 11:30am Nichigo Service

DECEMBER 24 – 4TH SUNDAY OF ADVENT / CHRISTMAS EVE

10am – Joint Service in the Sanctuary

4pm – Family Christmas Eve Service

7pm – Candlelight Service

DECEMBER 31 – 9:30am Sanctuary Service; 11am Summit Service; 11am Nichigo Service

 

DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

Sanctuary Service – The Sanctuary service is a traditional Methodist service with traditional music, liturgy, prayers, and creeds. It features our chancel choir as well as occasional worship music from our hand-bell choir. A Family Room is located in the back of the Sanctuary for families with crying infants or small children who would prefer to stay with their parents.

Summit Service – The Summit service in the Lee Activity Center is a less formal, less traditional service that includes contemporary praise songs from our uplifting Worship Band.  The focus of Summit service is “Reaching Higher” in our efforts to become more fully devoted followers of Christ.

Nichigobu Service – The Nichigobu service is a traditional Methodist service with traditional music, liturgy, prayers, creeds, and sermons all delivered in Japanese.

Joint Worship – When we all meet together, we attempt to blend aspects of all our services in a unified worship community.