Worship

 

Our community gathers each Sunday at 10 a.m. for worship. You are welcome to come as you are to both worship God and experience God. In worship, we balance music and quiet, talking and listening, the formal and the casual, time in solitude and time together. Worship gives us a chance to re-orient our lives around God and to be inspired to live out God’s love, grace, hope and peace in our world. We celebrate communion on the first Sundays of each month and, a few times a year, have ecumenical worship services with other churches in Barre.
People are welcome to worship (and general church participation) regardless of class, age, race, sexual orientation, or any other category that tends to divide rather than unite us as the people of God. Dress for worship is generally casual.
On 5th Sundays we have more informal, casual worship either outside on our side lawn (weather permitting) or downstairs in our church vestry. These services are more “coffeehouse” style.

Worship service videos are here. (look under playlists/local churches/first presbyterian church)