The best way to describe our Sunday worship service is relaxed traditional, but we really break the mold in many ways. For instance, we have one of the best pipe organs in Waco, but we often incorporate guitar, piano and orchestral instruments. We have 12 beautiful stained glass windows in our sanctuary, but we also have two 80" monitors that we use for announcements, lyric projection, videos and sermon notes. Join us for worship and you will experience hymns written in 2016 and hymns written in 1707. We feature choral, solo and ensemble anthems and offertories. Children and youth are often involved in worship leadership, and we invite the children forward to a time especially for them every week. Finally, the prayer for the sermon is a Christ-centered challenge and encouragement calling you to action and response.
Perhaps most importantly, we celebrate the Lord's Supper each and every Sunday. Sometimes called "Communion" or "The Eucharist," when we take the broken bread, symbolic of Christ's broken body, and dip it into the cup, symbolic of his shed blood, the stain on the bread reminds us of Christ's saving acts. His presence at the Table, by faith, forgives us and frees us into abundant and eternal life. The Lord's Supper is open to everyone who calls on the Lord for healing, hope and salvation.