We have two corporate worship services on Sunday. Our morning worship service, which starts at 11am in the sanctuary, is classical and excellent. Followed by a set order of worship structured around a service of Word and prayer, we draw upon the great traditions of the church’s worship music in our singing and musical offerings. The centerpiece of our corporate worship, both morning and evening, is the ministry of the Word as Dr. Jussely, Rev. Griffith, and other ministers within and outside our church declare God’s Word. As you can see from the podcast center, our ministers tend to preach expositional sermons through series of Bible books. We also have the Lord’s Supper once a month and baptisms as necessary.


Our 6pm evening worship service tends to be more acoustic and informal in orientation. We sing a wider range of worship music, often lead by “The Spear,” our church’s acoustic music group; they lead us in familiar hymns as well as hymn texts set to tunes developed by Reformed University Ministries, the college ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Many times we will have “hymn sings,” where congregants share their favorite hymns, and there are alternative services as well, including joint worship services with our fellow PCA congregations and other city churches. Always, though, is the centrality of the preaching of God’s Word as we seek his face and learn his ways.