All Are Welcome!
All Sunday services celebrate holy communion.
We invite you to come and be part of a growing community of faith. We believe God’s grace has the power to transform our lives and the lives of others. Our worship services are relevant to your life today. We have opportunities for you to connect, grow in faith, and impact the lives of others.
Guests are welcomed at the door by a friendly Greeter who can answer questions or give directions. Ushers are waiting at the door to the Sanctuary to offer a bulletin and help find seating. During the service, the ushers will pass the offering plates and invite everyone to communion. All are welcome at the table.
We distribute and receive Holy Communion by intinction: the bread is dipped into the wine or grape juice. Gluten-free wafers are also available. Simply let the pastor know that you wish to have the gluten-free wafer when you come forward. Those who choose not to receive communion are welcome to come forward for a blessing from the pastor. Indicate this wish by crossing your arms in front of you or by telling the pastor. After the service, stay for refreshments and fellowship.
Choir – SOTH Singers
If you have a gift or just love to sing and worship the Lord, SOTH Singers is for you! It is also a great opportunity to meet people and enjoy friends. SOTH Singers meet most Tuesday evenings at the home of the Director, Dee Bradee. Contact the Church Administrator for more information or the address at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KFC (Kids for Christ) Youth Choir
KFC is for young people who love to sing and make music to worship the Lord. It is a fun group that sings a variety of styles. Presently, students range in age from 6 to 12 years old; however, students of all ages and experience are welcome. Rehearsals are scheduled around families’ availability. KFC sings during both worship services approximately once a month. Families choose if they can be present for both or just one service. Contact the Leader Pastor Darcy to find out more at email@example.com.
Salt – Praise & Worship Band
Salt leads worship about once a month and practices most Thursday evenings 7 pm – 8:30 pm. High school students with gifts in music that include singing or playing instruments of a praise band variety are invited to join this group. Being a part of Salt is a wonderful way to share musical gifts, spend time with friends, and grow in faith through worship, fellowship, faith conversation, and prayer. Contact Pastor Darcy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to join the group.
Sunday morning Lay Leadership
There are many opportunities to serve on Sunday morning and be part of the leadership of SOTH. No experience necessary; training and a schedule will be provided. Contact the Church Administrator for more information and/or to sign up at email@example.com.
Altar Care: Set up communion prior to worship and clean-up after or between services.
Fellowship: Provide hospitality helping to set-up, touch-up and clean-up food and drinks around worship services.
Greeter: Welcome and provide hospitality especially prior to worship services. Guide new people and members to the sanctuary, bathrooms, KidZone (Childcare area), etc.
Usher: Hand out bulletins, greet, and provide hospitality prior to worship services. Collect offering during the worship service and be prepared to assist guests and members in various ways as needed.
Reader: Read Scripture lessons during worship. Assist with communion.
Assisting Minister: Read during the worship service leading the congregation in the Apostles Creed and various prayers. Assist with communion.
SOTH loves and encourages children and youth involvement and leadership in all its ministries. This includes helping with worship and sharing special gifts like singing and playing instruments. Contact the church office or Pastor Darcy for ways to get connected to service and ministry opportunities.