Sunday 9:00 AM
Traditional Service of Holy Communion

Choirs, handbells, organ, and piano lead worship.
Faith Creek Sunday School meets during 9AM Worship.
During the summer, 9:00 Worship is held in our outdoor sanctuary.

Sunday 10:45 AM
Celtic Contemplative Service of Holy Communion
Violin and piano lead worship and includes times of quiet, thoughtful engagement, violin offerings, moments of reflection, simple songs, coming to the table, chimes, prayers, and scripture. 

The spoken prayers, responses, and songs used in the contemplative service echo those created by the religious community on the small island of Iona in Scotland.  Iona is most famous not only because it is the resting place of Macbeth but also because its ancient abbey is considered the birthplace of Celtic Christianity.  St. Columba arrived at Iona to establish a Christian community in the year 563.  Fourteen centuries later, in 1938, George McLeod, a Scottish pastor, looked to rebuild the abbey.   This physical rebuilding became and remains a sign of hope for the rebuilding of individual lives, their community, and beyond.  The ecumenical community that grew out of this now develops worship materials for congregations pursuing justice, peace, building/rebuilding of community, and renewing worship

Worship Arts
Connects every other month

Butterflies circling our cross, blazing candles remembering the saints, Holy Week art installations. These are the vision and work of Worship Arts working in harmony with staff, council, and congregation. As we explore our spaces, Woship Arts needs those who love art, and are inspired by creativity to help us continue the important work of connecting to God through the beauty of art and our architecture.  Please contact Sarah Garner (sarah@stjom.org) if you are interested in joining in this meaningful work.

Pray-ground Children’s Area
Children are welcome in our worship services!  The Pray-gound is near the front of the sanctuary so that children can sit in child-sized table/chairs and enjoy soft toys and coloring.