We believe worship isn't about what you wear or sitting in pews and just listening to someone telling you what you ought to believe. We believe that worship should be interactive and meaningful. We believe that are all equal in the sight of God. We believe that God's voice is heard through each of us and God's Spirit moves in all living things.
Worship begins with a simple liturgy invoking God's presence through breathing, light, water, the table and the word. We offer prayers for our needs and the needs of society and the world, concluding with the prayer Jesus taught his disciples. Nathan then offers a short sermon on the scripture passage of the day, ending with a question. After a brief time of reflection, we finish the sermon together with an open discussion. As we prepare to receive communion, we pray for reconciliation with God and all humanity. We then take time to share our gifts with God in gratitude for God's gifts to us. Worship ends with a charge, benediction and the sharing of God's peace with one another, followed by a time of fellowship.