Our highest purpose in life is to worship God. He has created us specifically for that purpose. Think of it! God desires our prayers.
At Church of the Resurrection we value our time of common worship and dedicate it to the glory of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Worship should be a joyous time for all to enter into the presence of God as well as a source for us to live holy lives.
Our worship draws from three streams: Liturgical, Evangelical, and Charismatic. We celebrate the Eucharist every week in the tradition of the church going back to the first century; a tradition started by Jesus himself who said “Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me” (1Corinthians 11:25). We read three selections from the Holy Scriptures and preach a Biblically sound sermon every week. We expect the presence of the Holy Spirit in music, sacraments, and in the lives of our parishioners.
Our Wednesday evening service is dedicated to the gift of healing.
Our principal worship on Sundays features classical hymns accompanied by a talented organist and music interjected into the liturgy itself. We have a small group of singers (called a Schola) that leads the singing. On Wednesday night we use contemporary music, either with a praise band or Taize music.