- We are followers of Christ, we are part of the universal or catholic church, and we have inherited the riches of the Lutheran and Episcopal traditions. And each of those influences our worship.
- Christ is at the center. So when we worship, the focus is on Jesus Christ and the gifts he has given us— forgiveness, grace, new life, and salvation. That good news fills all of our reading and speaking, our singing and our praying. And it turns us outward toward our neighbor.
- We are part of the church, connected to Christians of all times and places. So when we worship, we don’t look so much to how we can do our own thing, but how we can express that connection. We use the forms of worship that Christians have developed over the centuries. Every Sunday, with the whole church, we gather around God’s word and holy meal, from which we gain strength to be sent
out in mission.
- It’s a rich tradition, but not a difficult one. We invite you to come and find your part in it.