Worship Style Worship at Resurrection is both ancient and modern– with a blend of hymns and worship songs. We believe our congregation warmly reaches out to people and seeks for all to be at home– no matter musical preference. Resurrection strives to create a Sunday morning worship time that is both contemplative and reflective—including moments of silence—as well as celebratory. It is not necessary for visitors to be familiar with the Book of Common Prayer or the worship tradition before joining in the service. People come to Resurrection from all kinds of backgrounds and have different levels of familiarity with Anglican worship styles.
Children Children are welcome to stay in the worship service with parents or caretakers or join our children’s ministry or the nursery.
Length of Service A typical Sunday morning service is about an hour and a half and is followed by a coffee hour.
Attire People wear a wide range of dress–from jeans to suits and ties.
Liturgy Every church has a basic pattern of worship—or liturgy. As Resurrection gathers for worship, we follow a pattern that is rooted in the Book of Common Prayer and is based on ancient practices of Christian worship. We combine these ancient patterns with modern contributions to Christian worship, including recently written hymns and worship songs. The liturgy at Resurrectionincludes standing, sitting and kneeling. All participants are free to respond in the way they are most comfortable.
Every Sunday Resurrection’s worship weaves together prayer, singing, Scripture reading, a sermon, confessing our sin, affirming our faith, and a final prayer for God’s help to live as salt and light in our world.