Sacraments are both physical signs and spiritual gifts.  Something ordinary—bread, water, wine—reveals something sacred—the extraordinary, saving love of God.

In Baptism we are…

…forgiven, cleansed, and renewed

…sealed by the Holy Spirit

…marked as Christ’s own forever

…welcomed into the family of God

…called to lives of discipleship

In Communion we are…

…gathered at Christ’s table

…drawn into Christ’s presence 

…united with the Church 

…nourished by bread and cup

…sustained for a life of gratitude and service

We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of the month, using bread and grape juice. The elements are passed into the pews, so that we all partake at the same time. All are welcome. Baptism, either as an infant or as an adult, is a sign and seal of forgiveness in Christ and adoption into God’s family; it happens at the beginning of one’s journey as a Christian. Ordinarily, Christians are baptized first, and then receive communion. If you are interested in baptism for yourself or you children, please contact the Pastor. Home communion is available for those not able to come to worship.

Begining January 16th,, the Session has directed that all church gatherings now REQUIRE masks within the building AT ALL TIMES.
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