Times & Location

Worship is a moment-by moment lifestyle of surrendered enjoyment of and obedience to God. The Church has historically gathered together on Sundays to celebrate Christ's Resurrection. While we offer a variety of worship styles, we desire for every Sunday service to be an environment where:

  • God is glorified
  • Jesus Christ is Lord,
  • the Holy Spirit inspires,
  • people respond to God's Word,
  • we go forth into the world to serve.
     

Sundays

 

Heritage

8:30 a.m. | Dr. Chris Carter | Sanctuary
Traditional Liturgy & Teaching

This traditional service offers a less formal order that includes gospel hymns and choral leadership by the Chamber Singers. 

 

Communion

9:35-9:45 a.m. | Sanctuary
This brief service meets between our worship services to provide everyone with the opportunity for weekly celebration of the Sacrament of Holy Communion. 

 

Horizons

9:45 a.m. | Dr. Shane Stanford | Seabrook Hall
More Modern Experience & Teaching

This service is casual, with teaching by Senior Minister Shane Stanford. Modern songs and hymns are led by our worship bands with occasional inclusion of our praise choir. | Unable to make it to worship? Watch a live stream of this service each Sunday at 9:45 a.m. 


Traditions

11 a.m. |  Dr. Shane Stanford | Sanctuary
Traditional Liturgy & Teaching with Gospel/Family-Friendly Nature

This traditional service is rich with the liturgical tradition of the United Methodist Church, including the great hymns of our faith and choral leadership from the Chancel Choir.


The Table

9:45 & 11 a.m. | Rev. Tom Fuerst | Wilson Chapel
Ancient Modern, Teaching & Communion

The Table seeks to merge the ancient ways of the Church with modern culture.

 

SATURDAYS
 

The Altar

5 p.m. | Dr. Chris Carter | Seabrook Hall
Prayer, Teaching & Healing
 
The Altar: A Place of Transforming Grace provides a safe place to receive prayers of healing. It also provides an intentional time to offer prayers of intercession for the persecuted church around the world and to pray fervently for revival in the United Methodist Church and entire body of Christ.