All Are Welcome
One definition of liturgy is “the work of the people”, and it reminds us that worship is something a whole congregation takes up together. We stand, we kneel, we sit; we sing, we speak, we listen. The liturgy involves us all. And the liturgy involves all of ourselves.
We invite the full participation of all people in our worship, regardless of their age, family situation, or social status. On a typical Sunday you will find longtime members and relative newcomers, singles, divorced people, and parents with small children.
“Worship in all its grades and kinds is the response of the creature to the Eternal.”