Worship Styles

Blended Worship

Walled Lake Campus
Sundays at: 8:45 a.m. and Mondays at 7:00 p.m.

Blended worship in the  Walled Lake Campus sanctuary incorporates basics of traditional liturgy, a blending of traditional hymns and of more contemporary worship music, organ, piano, handbells, choir, and a variety of guest musicians and instruments. Traditional altar and pastors’ robes remind us of ancient, meaningful traditions. Holy Communion is offered on the first and third Sundays/Mondays of the month.
Contemporary wording of traditional elements and some changes in order of worship are used, and occasionally a bit of contemporary art or media. Special worship services, such as Christmas and Easter, often incorporate an orchestra or other groupings of traditional instruments.

Prayer and Praise Worship

Walled Lake Campus
Sundays at: 11:00 a.m.

Prayer and Praise worship in the Walled Lake campus gym is a very contemporary format with a praise band and more participation in music. Singers and a worship leader lead worshippers in praise songs, in scripture reading and in prayer. A simple altar is at center stage, with band and singers at either side. Pastors provide the message and sacraments. Holy Communion is offered on the second and fourth Sundays of the month.

While very contemporary in flavor, this style also incorporates the important components of scriptural worship. Dress is very casual, if desired, and the atmosphere is friendly and joyful.


New Vintage Worship

Wixom Campus
Sundays at: 10:00 a.m.

New Vintage worship at our Wixom Campus incorporates fresh forms from our heritage of liturgical worship. Music is a blend of traditional songs with a contemporary sound and of newer songs, led by a music leader and band. The setting is a contemporary worship center, with video projection to the side of the worship platform, where a simple altar, band, and worship leader are located. Pastors, who do not wear robes or formal attire, provide the message and sacraments. Holy Communion is offered on the second and forth Sundays of the month.