“Come as you are, but do come!”

 Our worship services are liturgical, but informal. The preaching is biblically based and Christ-centered. We seek to make faith relevant to our time. 

Worship Schedule

Year-Round Worship
10 AM — Church Service in the sanctuary and Café Church

Summer Worship
7:30 AM — Informal Worship at the Beach (See below)
10 AM — Church Service in the sanctuary and Café Church

In worship we follow the Christian Liturgical Church Year, celebrating the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter and Pentecost.  Special services include World Christmas Eve, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Rededication of Marriage Vows, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Sunrise Service at the Bass River Beach Pier, Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Pentecost, Father’s Day, Independence Day, World Communion Sunday,  Reformation Day, All Saints Day, and Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving Sunday. 


The Café Church

We offer two venues for our 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning worship. In addition to our historic sanctuary, The Café Church is a casual and comfortable worship space where folks may relax and worship while enjoying fresh coffee, tea, and snacks. All are welcome to the Café Church. It is tailored to those who need to come late or leave early, use a more comfortable chair, bring young children, frequent the restroom, or tend to other needs.

Summer Worship at the Beach

This early morning worship service is held at 7:30 a.m. from the last Sunday in June through Labor Day weekend.  The 30-minute worship includes singing, prayer, scripture reading, and message. Located on the fishermen’s deck at Bass River Beach (Smugglers), 220 South Street, South Yarmouth. Handicap accessible. Seating is limited, please bring your own chair.

Music and Christianity

Come; experience the HOLY through Christian music.

Music in Christian worship is a quest to communicate with and connect us to the spiritual.  It should touch the soul.  It is not simply a performance centered on the performer (however gifted and/or skilled), but rather an offering directed to God in the congregation of God’s people, who are inspired and moved to praise of God.  Through music we come to a deeper realization of God’s presence and claim on our lives.  This focus in church music comes through musicians who themselves have experienced the “holy” and are filled with the “awe” that is derived from that experience.  It is at this point that church music becomes a ministry.  We strive to help our worshipers experience the presence of the Holy in our worship.  Our Minister of Music, choir(s) and musicians seek to inspire us in such a way that we move beyond ourselves to the HOLY.

Come; enjoy worshiping through music!