Sundays at 11:00 A.M.
Worship is what we do as the Church: it is our primary identifier. All of life should be oriented toward worshiping God, but we are also called as God’s people to gather together each week to worship Him.
In worship we delight in who God is and what He has done both in history and in our lives. We celebrate the good news of Jesus and seek to love him with all of our heart, soul, mind and strength (which leads us to love our neighbors as ourselves). We believe that God meets us in the worship of Jesus through His Spirit and nourishes us through the Word, sacraments and prayer.
What is your worship service like?
Many people will ask, “Are your services traditional or contemporary?” While we see some value in asking that question, we would rather re-frame the discussion. First and foremost, we want all our worship services to conform to biblical truth and principles. Second, we want our worship not only to be Biblically grounded, but also to be informed by rich history of Christ’s church, while connecting to our modern cultural context. So we strive to combine various ancient and modern expressions in our worship services. We invite the active participation of those who have gathered with us. We place the emphasis on singing and confessing our faith together rather than encouraging only a few to participate while the rest sit back as mere spectators.
In terms of form and flavor, we follow a simple liturgy (or “order of worship”) and include biblical elements from the ancient church as well as the modern. The Lord’s Supper is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month. For more information about what we believe and how we worship at Kanawha Salines, see the Beliefs and FAQ pages.