Worship is at the core of who we are as a church. We are liturgical. We follow a printed liturgy every week that changes according to the season of the church year.
We are not a praise and worship congregation. Our music fits within the liturgy and helps to move the service along. During Communion the worship music usually changes leaders and styles.
We celebrate the Lord's Supper, Communion, every Sunday by coming forward and standing as a community in a series of circles. Everyone, including infants and children, is invited to join us if they feel led by the Holy Spirit to do so. We practice this because the table we approach is not our table, it is the Lord's table, and we are called to accept everyone that the Lord's Spirit leads to it.
During Communion the children receive a blessing, as do some adults who have indicated that they would like to be blessed. This is an emotional time, but the mood is often lightened by the children who tend to dance and sing and move from person to person within the circle.