Worship

A few of our favorite and more memorable worship services.
Farewell "Alleluia"

Farewell "Alleluia"

Children say farewell to the "Alleluias" on Transfiguration Sunday as we prepare for the season of Lent.

Lenten Worship, March 5

Lenten Worship, March 5

Our artist on Ash Wednesday.

Lenten Worship, March 12

Lenten Worship, March 12

Our artist on the first Wednesday in Lent.

Lenten Worship, March 19

Lenten Worship, March 19

Our artist on the second Wednesday in Lent.

Lenten Worship, March 26

Lenten Worship, March 26

Our artist on the third Wednesday in Lent.

Lenten Worship, April 2

Lenten Worship, April 2

Our artist on the fourth Wednesday in Lent.

Lenten Worship, April 9

Lenten Worship, April 9

Our artist on the fifth Wednesday in Lent.

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday

Our artist on Palm Sunday.

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday

Our artist on Maundy Thursday.

Good Friday

Good Friday

On Good Friday, each member of the worshipping assembly added a single stroke of paint, choosing their color and size of brush. It was an act of letting go all our sins and burdens.

Easter, Art Display

Easter, Art Display

The Easter display.

Easter, Art Display

Easter, Art Display

The Easter display.

Easter, Art Display

Easter, Art Display

The Easter display.

Easter, Art Display

Easter, Art Display

The Easter display.

Easter, Alleluias Reborn

Easter, Alleluias Reborn

The children help remove the shrouded "alleluia" to reveal new life and celebration.

Easter, Alleluias Reborn

Easter, Alleluias Reborn

The children help remove the shrouded "alleluia" to reveal new life and celebration.

Lenten Season, 2014

 

Throughout the season of Lent, various artists from the congregation meditated on the words, prayers, and hymns of worship. Each artist was assigned a worship service during which they began with a blank canvas and transformed it into a painting that connected with the theme of that service. It was powerful for the congregation to watch these paintings come to life as they sang, read, and pray.

Worship in the Park


July 4th is the town of Wiota's celebration of the year!!! It's the time of year when folks who have moved away all return for a "homecoming". The celebration lasts an entire four days, including djs, live bands, dances, volleyball and baseball games, a parade, and fire works. On Sunday morning, our church also moves its worship outdoors and onto the baseball diamond. It's one of the most exciting services of the year for the congregation!!!