Worship

Sunday School for Children

Sundays • 10:00am

If you want your young ones to enjoy learning about the Bible, bring them to our Lighthouse Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. Children in Preschool – 5th grade enjoy lessons based on the scriptures used in worship. Sign in at the Children’s Ministry table in the courtyard.

Contemporary Worship

Sundays • 9am

The first service, which begins at 9:00 am is a contemporary approach to worship. It engages more contemporary forms of music and liturgy. Guitar, drum, and vocals blend with the congregation’s voice to praise God and respond to the Gospel message.

Traditional Worship

Sundays • 11:00am

At our 11:00 service you will find a liturgy and a music program that defines the best in historic forms of Presbyterian and Christian worship. The organ thunders and the choir lifts the congregation in joyful music. The liturgy is familiar, comfortable and intuitive.

Bell Choir Rehearsal

Thursdays • 5:30pm

Meet in Fellowship Hall for rehearsal which begins promptly at 5:30pm.  Interested in becoming a bell ringer?  Contact John Koza.

 

Chancel Choir Rehearsal

Thursdays • 7:15pm • Sanctuary

The Chancel Choir rehearses on Thursday evenings.  The group takes a summer break from mid-June through mid-August.  In addition to enhancing our worship services with beautiful music, they present an annual concert featuring great classical choral works as well as popular hymns.

 

Sunday Adult Education

9:00am

Gather in the conference room for an ongoing small group study.

10:00am – Education Hour

 Beginning March 12th

Songs of Jesus: the Psalms
Jesus referred to the psalms throughout his ministry, including up to his final words on the cross. Alice Yamanishi will lead this study in Room 3.
 
Lenten Discipline: An Environmental Challenge
Lent is traditionally a time for greater discipline in our lifestyles in order to focus more on God’s priorities. In this class we will share a Lenten discipline from a book called Eggs and Ashes. Each week, we will share ideas on environmentally appropriate actions that people can follow for that week. Various presenters, mostly from our congregation, will share their passion and practical ideas about things that we can do. Some are quite small things, some are more challenging. Some are actions that you could do as a family or household, some are individual. You may well be doing some already. Join us to learn how you can take care of God’s gift of a beautiful world. Facilitated by Dr. Chris Hasegawa and meets in Fellowship Hall.