Worship & Music
Sunday Worship Services
Traditions Worship: 8:45 am, Sundays with traditional worship structure and music, led by organ, Chancel Choir, and Bell Choir.
Journey Worship: 10:30 am, Sunday worship led by The Way praise band and singers with contemporary music and informal structure.
Worship Online: Live stream of our Traditions service at 8:45 am and Journey contemporary worship service at 10:30 am every Sunday morning. Prior Sunday broadcasts are available on demand all week at your convenience by clicking on the Worship Online link here or on our home page.
Love to serve by making music? Find community by music making with one of Messiah’s worship teams!
Chancel Choir: If hymns and classical music feed your soul, join our 35-member Chancel Choir. The Chancel choir leads music at the Traditions Worship at 8:45 am, Sundays. Rehearse on Wednesdays, 7-8:30 pm, September through May.
The Way Worship Band offers experienced high school and older, contemporary musicians an opportunity to serve through worshiping with a praise team at Journey worship at 10:30 am on Sunday mornings. Rehearse Thursdays at 6:30-9 pm. Contact Joy Ann Harmon for audition information.
The Way Singers worship at 10:30 am and is perfect if you love to sing, are short on formal experience, but long on enthusiasm! Rehearse on Sunday mornings at 9:15 am in the choir room prior to the 10:30 am service.
The Journey Contemporary Worship Team is looking for a piano, bass and guitar player for rehearsals and Sunday worship at 10:30 am. Whom do you know who would enjoy a fabulous opportunity for an outlet for their musical ability? No need to be a member of Messiah Church – we love all musicians who love to use their music to glorify God. Contact Joy Ann Harmon for more information.
Jubilate Bell Choir provides music at the Traditions worship. Training is provided, even if you’ve never played a bell! Rehearse on Wednesdays at 6 pm.
Instrumental music of all kinds and styles enhances both worship services.
Glory Players Drama Team brings the gospel and other important messages to life both in Sunday worship and in other performances throughout the year, including our Living Nativity at Christmas, our Maundy Thursday drama of the Last Supper, our Palm Sunday parade of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem and special Broadway musical performances. Contact Joy Ann Harmon to see how you can join this important visual representation of Messiah’s goal of making life and purpose connect.