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Join us via live stream for services on Sunday or view messages in our sermon archive.

This Sunday

Every week, our 9:30 a.m. contemporary and 11 a.m. traditional services are streaming live.

Our traditional service at 8:45 is held in the intimate and glorious architecture of Morrison Chapel. This service includes the leadership of ministers, elders, ushers, and musicians – both instrumentalists and small choir. Surrounded by the richness and beauty of sight, sound and symbol, this service continues the Reformed Tradition’s central focus of Word and Sacrament in worship and offer prayers and praise of God accompanied by instruments including organ, piano, violin, cello, harp and flute. 

8:45 Chapel Oct. 14, Bulletin
8:45 Chapel Oct. 7, Bulletin

8:45 Chapel Sept. 30, Bulletin

8:45 Chapel Sept. 23, Bulletin

9:30 a.m. Contemporary (streamed live)
Our contemporary worship service takes place in the Sanctuary. Congregants are invited to come as you are - from shorts and t-shirts to suits and ties. Casual dress is optional.

9:30 Sanctuary Oct. 14, Bulletin
9:30 Sanctuary Oct. 7, Bulletin

9:30 Sanctuary Sept. 30, Bulletin

9:30 Sanctuary Sept. 23, Bulletin

11 a.m. Traditional  (streamed live)
Traditional worship in the Sanctuary with the full Covenant Choir. Come as you are and enjoy worship with us.

11:00 Sanctuary Oct. 14, Bulletin
11:00 Sanctuary Oct. 7, Bulletin

11:00 Sanctuary Sept. 30, Bulletin

11:00 Sanctuary Sept. 23, Bulletin

11 a.m. Contemporary
Our 11 a.m. contemporary worship experience meets in our newly renovated Fellowship Hall. The service features Americana-style music, a message that incorporates our theology and vision and opportunities for service and interaction.

11:00 Fellowship Hall Oct. 14, Bulletin
11:00 Fellowship Hall Oct. 7, Bulletin

11:00 Fellowship Hall Sept. 30, Bulletin

11:00 Fellowship Hall Sept. 23, Bulletin

Weekly Bulletin Announcments

Oct. 14, Bulletin Announcements
Oct. 7, Bulletin Announcements

Sept. 30, Bulletin Announcements

Sept. 23, Bulletin Announcements