As Presbyterians, the center of our worship is the sermon. But in the spirit of our psalm-singing ancestors, the singing of hymns provides the structure of our worship. Hymns of praise, prayer, and commitment form the beginning, middle and closing of our worship. After our congregation’s return to its historic sanctuary in 1994, our first priority was to put in a pipe organ for our worship leadership. In December, 2001, the first Schoenstein pipe organ in the area was installed and has been central in leading our worship ever since. In 2003, a quality grand piano was donated in memory of longtime choral director, Dr. Thomas D. Warren, to further enhance our worship.
For all who attend our worship services, we invite you to listen reverently, to participate faithfully, and to sing joyfully, knowing that “we sing because we have something worth singing about.”