Why We Worship

We gather for worship together at 10:30am on Sunday mornings.

Worship isn’t something we do each Sunday – it’s who we are. As people living out the unfolding kingdom of God, worship is central to our life together. Worship entails everything from praise, prayer, witness, proclamation, song, and other creative arts. At Resurrection Covenant Church we celebrate weekly Communion, a thanksgiving meal remembering the work, passion, and life of Christ. We worship a God that is “the same yesterday, today, and forever,” (Hebrews 13:8) and so the way that God’s people experience the risen Lord is beautiful in its diversity.

We are a church that seeks the global face of Christ while putting ourselves into that ancient story that continues into God’s unfolding future. Sermons are typically rooted in the rhythm of the church year with its seasons of Advent, Epiphany, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and Ordinary Time yet relevant to contemporary life.

We sing ancient and modern songs, pray the liturgy from our hearts, and always find ourselves rooted in the gospel. Come as you are to worship our triune God and enter into the story of hope, redemption, justice, liberation, peace, and joy.