Worship at Edgecomb Community Church is an opportunity to come home together in community. After a busy week, Sunday morning is time we offer to ourselves, to God, and to one another. When we gather to worship it is a chance to find belonging and a peace that the world cannot give.
We gather every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. to worship God. The service usually lasts about an hour. We will always hear a reading from the Bible, pray and sing together and we will almost always have a sermon to discern God’s still small voice.
Once a month, on communion Sunday, we worship together with our children, who take their own important roles in the service. On other Sundays our children join their teachers for Sunday school following the children’s message during the service.
In the United Church of Christ, we celebrate two sacraments, communion and baptism. We share communion on the first Sunday of the month, and people of any age or religious preference are welcome to partake. We baptize people of all ages, from infants through the elderly into the Way of Jesus. If you have been baptized in any Christian tradition, we acknowledge and affirm your baptism.