Sunday Services

8:00 a.m. in the Chapel
A traditional service offered in the smaller, more intimate setting of the chapel includes all the traditional elements of worship as well as a hymn sing at the beginning and a monthly celebration of communion on the first Sunday of the month. Communion is offered at the rail for those who would like it at the end of the service. Music includes congregational singing, soloists and ensembles.

9:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary
Similar to the 8 am worship service, this traditional service is offered in the larger sanctuary. Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of the month, and offered after every service at the rail on a weekly basis. Children’s Sunday school meets during this time, but children are always welcome in our services. Music includes congregational singing, the Chancel Choir and periodic musical offerings by soloists and vocal and instrumental ensembles. The Youth and Children choirs usually sing once a month at 9:30 and 11 am.

9:30 a.m. in the Chapel — Sunday Morning Live! (SML)
Every Sunday morning, except on Youth Choir Sundays, PVUMC Youth Ministry offers a brief time of worship and announcements before the age-specific classes begin. Beginning at 9:30 am in the Chapel, Sunday Morning Live! or SML provides students in 7th-12 grade with the opportunity to worship alongside one another. On Youth Choir Sundays, all the youth are invited to join the 9:30 am worship service in the sanctuary.

11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary
A service of Holy Communion and healing with a contemporary blend of music, led by the Adult Praise Team, distinguish this service from the others. Children’s Time is part of this service. Children may stay with their families in worship, or go to Godly Play, a multisensory multi-age class for age four through 5th graders, offered after Children’s Time. Childcare is available during all Sunday morning services.
[Please Provide LINKS to Communion – see the video link below, the Youth Choir, Children’s Choir, Chancel Choir, Youth Ministry, Godly Play and Childcare]

Chuck Knows Church, Communion


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