What is worship like at Faith?
We practice a liturgical style of worship at Faith. Christian liturgy is a formal pattern of worship that incorporates many traditions that have been in use since the founding of Christianity. A typical worship service at Faith includes the confession and absolution of sins, several readings from the Bible, a sermon focused on the redemptive work of our savior Jesus Christ, prayer, and the singing of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.
We also set aside time for fellowship before and after services when members can visit over coffee and snacks, and a Bible Hour which features Sunday School for children of all ages and a more in-depth Bible study for adults.
What should I wear? Do I have to dress up?
Come as you are. Church services are a special opportunity to publicly profess our faith in God and to praise and thank Him, and many of our members choose to reflect their respect and reverence in the way they dress. Alternatively, many of our members also choose to dress casually when they come to worship, so please wear whatever clothes you feel the most comfortable in.
Are my children welcome in church?
We encourage parents to attend worship services with their young children, as this instills good habits of attending worship services at an early age. But we also understand the difficulties of parenting, and we provide a closed circuit television in the fellowship hall which allows parents to watch the service should they feel that their children are disrupting worship.