Why We Worship
One of the most important things we do is worship God – publicly and privately. All that we have in this life comes to us by God’s grace; worshipping God is our way of saying thank you, our way of responding to what God has done and continues to do for us everyday.
On Sunday mornings we come to worship in an especially sacred way – together! We were made to worship in this way and we embrace it fully. We worship by offering our prayers, our offerings, our songs, our lives. At Beymer, our ministry – and our walk with Christ – begins in worship and flows outward from it. That’s why worship is central to who we are.
At Beymer Church, we offer three unique worship services in the hopes of meeting a variety of preferences. All services are offered in person, with the 9:30 am and 11 am services also livestreamed.
While worship is central to who we are, it doesn’t have to look and sound the same for all people. Find the service that will best enable you to encounter the presence of God.
What better place than by a lake to worship on a Sunday morning! If you’re an early riser and want a service with a more casual feel, then try our 8 am outdoor service. Piano music and accompaniment is featured, along with a message, Scripture reading, prayer, and communion once a month.
While our 9:30 am service features a more casual feel indoors, it offers so much more than that. Our Worship Team leads us in modern worship music, all with a focus on drawing us into God’s presence. Prayers, Scripture readings, and a message are folded into our singing praises to God, with communion offered the first Sunday of every month. During this service, we have nursery available, as well as our Children’s Church for Kindergarten to 5th grade. For more details, see Children’s Section.
If you’re looking for the singing of hymns, the gift of Organ music, a Vocal Choir, and a Bell Choir, the reciting of Creeds and responsive readings —all that you want with traditional worship – then this service is possibly the one for you. In addition to those elements, each week a message will be given and once a month we’ll celebrate communion together.