We follow a historic Reformation liturgy which includes prayer, the singing of Psalms, the reading of Scripture, preaching, and in the morning service, the Lord’s Supper.
Our praise of God follows a 3000 year old biblical tradition. We sing the Psalms of the Bible with the
accompaniment of our hearts and voices (a cappella = chapel style).
We believe that the children of believers are part of the church. We teach our children about worship and they are welcome to stay with you through the entire service. If, however, a young child is not comfortable, there is a nursery available.
If you visit us and would like to partake of the Lord’s Supper during the morning service, please come by 10:15AM so that you can briefly meet with one of our elders to confirm that you are a baptized Christian and a member in good standing of a Bible-believing church. Members in good standing of other RPCNA congregations are always welcome to partake with us.