P R A I S E A N D W O R S H I P
Welcome to Faithbridge Presbyterian Church!
We’re glad you have chosen to visit us online. It is our hope that you will return to
this page often and consider joining us for worship.
The best way to imagine a typical Faithbridge gathering is to picture a Thanksgiving
meal. Multiple generations gather together, each person bringing something to the
meal. Teenagers huddle together. Older elementary kids play together, with the
younger elementary ones trying to keep up. Toddlers squirm in the arms of their
parents or parents-in-faith. The dress is varied. Some are in coat and tie; others
wear jeans and a t-shirt. No one notices the difference. Conversation flows freely,
so, too, does coffee, cookies, and other snacks. In time, everyone will be drawn to
the Table, a Table, of course, set by our Lord and open to all, with chairs always
ready to be added.
Our services are inspirational. Each service serves as an opportunity to praise through music. Worship
Leader Christian Aparicio leads a music ministry that transforms each gathering from a service into an experience. Music leads us to the Word, which reminds us again and again of who we are and Whose we are. The Word, in turn, returns us to praise so that we might offer ourselves fully to the Divine.
At Faithbridge, we celebrate Communion (The Lord’s Supper) on the first Sunday of every month. We do so through intinction, a process by which attendees are invited to the Table to celebrate the Feast. At the Table, each person is invited to receive bread, which represents Christ’s body, and dip that bread into the cup, which represents Christ’s blood that was shed for all.
Much is happening as we celebrate Communion. As we celebrate, we bless God for all that God is doing in the world, we give thanks to God for the gifts God bestows, and we anticipate the fulfillment of the Kingdom Christ proclaimed. As we partake of the elements, we are renewed and empowered by Christ’s selflessness, we are sustained by Christ’s love, and we are sealed in grace.
Should you like, please join us one Sunday morning. Worship begins at 10:30am -- there is always room for all!