Because baptism is an act of the entire community of faith, baptism is celebrated during the regular 5:00PM Sunday worship service and is open to anyone who desires to be baptized.

Holy Communion

In the sacrament of Holy Communion, also called the Eucharist or the Lord’s Supper, we gather to eat and drink with Jesus Christ as we remember his suffering and sacrifice. In bread and cup, we give thanks to God for the gift of Jesus and seek a deeper communion with God, one another and the world.

We practice an “open table” which means that everyone, without exception, is welcome at Christ’s table. With Christians everywhere, we believe that Jesus Christ is truly present to us in the bread and cup, and by receiving them we are strengthened to live a life of love and service.

We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of every month, on Maundy Thursday during Holy Week, and every Sunday during the season of Lent, culminating on the good news of Easter Sunday.


We offer wedding services to everyone, regardless of sexual orientation.