Virtual Sunday Worship

Whatever screen you’re on is holy ground.

Though we often call it virtual worship, perhaps a better term would be digital worship, because when we gather together through our laptops and tablets and phones on a Sunday morning, this is real worship. We believe what makes a space and time sacred is the intention we bring to it…so any ground can be holy ground…and God is present wherever we are. 

We share our digital worship gatherings through YouTube and we encourage you to join us. You can “tune in” at 10 AM and share your comments in real time with all who’ve gathered. But we also want you to feel free to watch and join us for worship whenever you wish. Our worship videos can always be easily accessed on our YouTube channel.

Want to celebrate Communion with us during virtual worship?

On Sundays when we share Communion, here’s how to participate:

Have a small plate (or bowl) and a cup (or glass) for each person who will be celebrating Communion with you in your home.

Whatever you have in your home is fine. You do not need anything special or fancy.

Place one bite-sized piece of bread on your plate.

Any kind of bread will do (including sliced sandwich bread). If you don’t have bread, a cracker is just as good.

Fill your cup or glass with enough grape juice to take a small drink from it.

If you don’t have grape-juice, any juice will do. Even water would be fine. If you are of-age, feel free to use wine. (No, it won’t make you a bad Protestant!)

Have your bread plate and filled cup positioned next to you before worship begins so that you can reach them easily when it’s time.