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Traditional Sanctuary Service

Traditional Sanctuary Worship

9:30 & 11:00 am | Sanctuary | Dr. Tim Bruster

9:30 am
An inspiring service of worship in the traditional style, with sermon, hymns, liturgy, and monthly Communion. Worship music includes various choirs, orchestra, and instrumental ensembles for special music to enhance and deepen your experience of worship. The beauty of our Sanctuary and the stunning music of our 160-rank pipe organ make this service especially moving. Dr. Tim Bruster, Senior Pastor, is the primary preacher for this service whose whole design respects the traditions of the church while creatively addressing the issues and needs of contemporary society.

11:00 am
An inspiring service of worship in the traditional style with special enhancements designed to engage people of all ages. This service features the traditional elements of worship, including sermon, hymns, liturgy, and monthly Communion. Worship music includes various choirs, orchestra, and instrumental ensembles for special music. This service takes place within the beauty of our Sanctuary and utilizes the stunning music of our 160-rank pipe organ.

Children (Kindergarten and up) are provided with special bulletins and backpacks filled with thoughtfully designed materials and activities to actively engage them in each Sunday’s scripture, sermon, and theme. Added features such as the “Faith Like a Child” time (children’s sermon) and sidebar commentary to our younger worshippers are included to further enhance meaning for all ages. Older children participate as acolytes, assist with the opening procession, baptisms, and Communion. Teens are engaged in sermon and theme “critique” and participate as worship leaders and Communion servers. Nursery is available for children under 5.

Contact: Elaine Johnson | ejohnson@myfumc.org

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