Worship

The goal of First Christian Church is to provide a worship experience that will lead all people, believer or non-believer, to grow in the presence of God. We offer traditional and contemporary worship experiences which you can read about in more detail below.

Return to Live Worship!

Beginning Sunday, March 21st, First Christian Church will resume limited, in person worship, with both an 8:45 AM and 11 AM service.

The 8:45 service will take place in our sanctuary, with limited attendance, social distancing, and no congregational singing.  Space at the 8:45 service requires a reservation, which can be made  online (fccilm.org/indoor) , or by calling the church office and leaving a message.

The 11 am service will be outside in our parking lot.  Again, masks are required, but singing will be added to our outdoor service.  You may participate from your vehicle or seated outside.   The 11 am service, is weather permitting.

Both services will be live streamed to this website (fccilm.org/live) and on Facebook (www.facebook.com/FCCILM)

Click here for complete details.

 

The 8:45 am Turning Point (contemporary) service, is more informal in style and includes a message, communion and singing.

Following our time of singing, children 3 years old – kindergarten are invited to attend an exciting kids program called Children’s Worship and Wonder.  The mission of the music ministry at this service is to love the congregation and lead them into the presence of God through music, media, and other God-focused means.

The relaxed environment and passionate worship team encourage people from all walks of life into a deep relationship with Jesus Christ through love.

The 11:00 am traditional service is more formal in style and includes a sermon, communion and a wide variety of styles of music which serve to minister to the needs of the congregation.

The Chancel Choir is an integral part of the service. The hymns, organ and piano music, and anthems are selected to support and enrich the Psalms and New Testament scriptures for each service and to further the kingdom of God through music.