Worship at Faith United Methodist Church

Sunday Morning Traditional – 8:30

Description

All worship services at Faith United Methodist Church are relaxed and informal, but for those who prefer a more traditional worship, the 8:30 service is the place to go.

This service typically includes hymns, multiple scripture readings, and timeless special music.

Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.

Nursery care is available for birth through preschool age children.

Children are always invited to worship with their families.

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Basic Order of Service

Welcome and Greeting

Prayer

Hymn

Offering

Special Music

Scripture

Prayer

Hymn

Sermon

                    Holy Communion                    
(1st Sunday of the month)

Hymn

Benediction (dismissal with blessing)

Sunday Morning Contemporary – 10:45

Basic Order of Service

Welcome and Greeting

Time of Praise (singing)

Offering

Special Music

Prayer Time

Time of Focusing (singing)

Sermon

Holy Communion (1st Sunday of the month)

Closing Song

Closing Prayer

Description

The 10:45 service at Faith is the best attended and the widest demographic draw.  Led by a praise team, songs were written more recently.  We have an opening for a new Praise Team Leader and we are excited with the the direction God will lead us! Holy Communion and Family Worship is celebrated on the first Sunday of every month. Nursery care is available for birth through preschool age children.  Children Pre-K to sixth grade are invited to Breakout for Children’s Worship (except during Family Worship Sundays).  All children are invited and welcome to worship with their families every Sunday.

Praise Team

Monday Evening Blended – 7:00 (May-October)

Description

As the weather gets warmer, the sun stays out later, and people start to travel on the weekends, our Monday night worship service will begin.  This is a very relaxed and intimate worship service held in the chapel.  Songs chosen are hymns and well-known contemporary pieces.  Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Monday after the first Sunday of the month.  

Child care is available for birth through early elementary age children.