Sanctuary Worship at 10:00am
Our Congregation gathers each Sunday at 10:00am in our historic sanctuary. During COVID, participants are masked and social distance, but otherwise enjoy a full and meaningful worship service.
When the weather is warm we are gathering on the church lawn. Worshippers are invited to bring their own chair or blanket and join us in the shade of our large trees.
Extra Chairs will be provided for those who do not bring their own. You are encouraged to wear a mask when in close proximity of other worshippers.
If you choose to stay at home or when you are on the road traveling, you can still worship with us! We join together on Zoom, Facebook or YouTube, as well as here on the website via the Video Tab.
What to expect
Our Sunday morning gatherings are one of the best ways to connect with others and get a feel for what we at Concord Presbyterian Church are all about. During our normal times, we offer an 10 a.m. gathering as a traditional-style of worship, featuring a casual, family atmosphere with a mix of traditional style hymns, a choir, and contemporary style music.
All of our services are relaxed in style, meaning there’s no dress code, and you are invited to come as you are. During the service, you are welcome to follow along, or simply observe as you feel comfortable. We hope you will make yourself at home!
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Holy Week is traditionally understood as the week immediately preceding Easter and is a time where Christians consider the events which take place over the last week of Jesus' life, between Palm Sunday and Easter. Which days are celebrated depends on your tradition, the church preference, and often practicalities of the schedule. At Concord in 2021 we will celebrate two of these Holy Days.
We'll celebrate Palm Sunday outside at 10am on March 28. Complete with Palms to wave, time for fun and fellowship, and a meaningful worship service, we will gather to start off Holy Week and help us frame our spiritual life for the coming days.
Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper, where Christ lays out the model for Holy Communion. The night remembers the events of this last day before Jesus is arrested.
Worshippers are invited to bring a picnic dinner and a chair or blanket. We will celebrate communion together.
Thursday, April 1 at 6:30pm