Welcome to Community of Faith UMC
We realize that life doesn’t run on a perfect schedule, so we don’t expect you to either. Whether you’re five minutes late or 55 minutes late, we’ll have a seat waiting for you when you arrive because no matter where you are coming from, you'll find a place at Community of Faith.
During this time of return from the season of the CoVid pandemic to a time of a "new normal," we worship on Sundays with two services at 830 and 1030. Masks are required and there are some modifications in our Sunday service - for example, there is less liturgy and a shorter worship to reduce the amount of time in the sanctuary. Holy Communion is made up of individually wrapped elements rather than a common loaf. We are also continuing Online Worship and streaming the 8:30 Worship over Facebook Live using the church's Facebook page. Each Sunday, worship is posted to this website & the church Facebook site with links for the service and bulletin. All our services along with Tuesday's Vespers and Children's Stories are archived at our Vimeo site which can be found by clicking here.
At 8:30 AM, you will experience
40-minutes of worship in a relaxed, informal setting where Holy Communion is celebrated weekly. With a focus on contemporary music and led by a variety of musicians and vocalists, the 8:30 service provides a place for prayer and community.
At 10:30 AM, you will experience
Relaxed & traditional describes this time of worship filled with liturgy, choral and sacred music, hymns and prayer. This spirit-filled hour provides an enriching way to refresh your soul as you connect with others.
Worship in the Celtic Tradition
The Celtic tradition is rich with prayer, silence, scripture and music. It is contemplative in nature and reflects the beauty and traditions of this ancient Christian community. Since the pandemic began our Celtic Evensong Worship has been suspended. We anticipate it's return in February 2022.