What to Expect


 Our worship services are relevant and creative and are rooted in a traditional Protestant liturgy. We use inclusive and gender-neutral language for God and humanity. We offer a variety of prayer experiences: silence, centering prayer, coloring, prayer stuffed animal pals, call and response, as well as printed prayers from various sources. Our goal is for our worship to reflect the values of our congregation: All are welcome, and we are all exploring faith together: wiggly, noisy, contemplative, still, questioning, certain, and the list goes on.



  • You will see our 1970’s building from the roundabout at Keystone and Carmel Drive.  Our “sail” extends into the sky, and we are surrounded by a native habitat.  Inside, you should be greeted by kind community members, updated spaces, and an intimate sanctuary which (oddly) has only one window. 
  • You will hear music of all types.  We have an organ and a piano and welcome a wide variety of musical instruments.  We have the New Century Hymnal in our pews, but we also use music from various other hymnals and sources.  We have hearing assistance devices and large print bulletins available if they would help you to worship more fully.  You can also listen to our worship via podcast.
  • You are invited to share in communion on the 1st and 5th Sundays of every month as well as on various holidays.  ALL are welcome at our table.  You are also invited to join us for treats and beverages at our weekly Fellowship Hour in between the two services.
  • Children ages 0-4 are welcome in our sanctuary for worship at all times or can spend time in our nursery, with paid childcare providers.  Older children and youth are also welcome in the sanctuary at all times, and we offer faith formation experiences for children age 4 through 6th grade during worship.


And finally, wear whatever makes you feel comfortable.  We really mean it when we say all are welcome here.