Worship & Music

At Grace, worship affirms our relationship with God and guides our response to that relationship. Worship is central to who we are as a congregation of faith and as a people called to serve God in the community. We come together with our music, our prayers, our hopes, our dreams, and sometimes our tears of joy or pain. In that coming together, God is present, and we are transformed by that presence to go out into the world to serve.

Presbyterians lift up the Biblical claim that there is a “priesthood of all believers.”

That means, we strive to welcome people of any age into the worship life of the church. We love children worshipping with their joyful noises, and we also honor when a parent or caregiver would like some quiet space to be with God. Youth are encouraged to be liturgists, musicians, and even preachers. In worship, all children of God come together to participate in sharing Scripture, to listen to the preaching of the Word, to celebrate the Sacraments, to engage in corporate prayer, and to praise God with music and other arts.

Sunday Worship is in person and livestream at 11:00 a.m. (Watch our Advent and Lenten schedule or Facebook page for special services or a change in service time). Communion is served on the first and third Sunday of every month. For those worshiping via live-stream, communion is observed but with elements gathered at home (bread and “fruit of the vine”).

In addition to Sunday services, special worship opportunities are offered throughout the year, such as:

  • All Saints’ Service
  • Reformation Sunday 
  • Weekly Lenten prayer Services
  • Holy Week and Easter Services
  • Weekly Advent prayer Services
  • Blue Christmas Service
  • Christmas Eve Service

Grace’s outdoor labyrinth is patterned after the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France. A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world. The labyrinth is open to members and visitors. You are invited to walk, listen to your heart, and take the time you need. You may feel relaxed or refreshed or have a deep spiritual experience.


The Sanctuary Choir assists in leading worship Sunday mornings. We invite and encourage anyone who would like to sing in the choir, but also sit with the family to feel free to come up to the chancel for the anthem and then return to the congregation for the remainder of the service. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings, beginning at7:00 p.m. We take a much-deserved break during the month of June, resume rehearsals in August and begin singing in worship again in September. During June, July, and August, the members of the congregation are encouraged to offer special music during Sunday worship


The Adult handbell choir, Celebration!, rings in worship approximately every 6 to 8 weeks. They also join the Sanctuary Choir for either a Christmas concert or a Canata each year, perform at Easter services, and attend at least one handbell festival each year. The 2024 Annual Handbell Festival will again be held at Grace on February 24. The handbell choir rehearses on Tuesday evenings, beginning at 6:00 p.m. We have a wonderful time – join us!