Where We Worship

When you venture through the doors of this church, you will enter a space characterized by its peacefulness and simple elegance. A Celtic cross is the lone symbol in the center of the front of the sanctuary.

From the lectern on the right we are called to worship and from the pulpit on the left God’s Word is proclaimed. At the baptismal font, infants and adults enter the community as those who have been born anew from God. As we break bread together around the table, we recognize Christ’s living presence among us.

Light floods in the windows even in the late afternoon when the shadows lengthen. The choir gathers in the gallery at the rear of the sanctuary, their singing strengthening our own.

The Mander Organ was built in 1999 when the sanctuary was renovated. In the wood you can trace the theme of the 150th psalm, a psalm of praise.