Traditional Worship

The Bible and our Presbyterian, Reformed heritage make clear that God created us to glorify Him and we are called, as a community, to worship together. Corporate worship, therefore, is the most important activity of Mountain View Presbyterian Church. In worship we hear God’s word proclaimed through Scripture and preaching, we celebrate baptism and communion, sing songs of our faith, offer prayers of adoration, confession, and thanksgiving, and respond to God’s teaching by dedicating ourselves to His service.

While all those who participate in worship are blessed and inspired, the primary focus of our worship is to humbly seek and glorify God and to express our love to God in the name of Jesus Christ. We believe that although worship can happen anytime, anywhere, we are called in Exodus 20:8 to “remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy.”  Therefore, in our busy lives we set aside Sunday as a special day to gather to worship as a church.

Our traditional worship services are most uniquely identified by their style of music and a structure rooted in the Reformed tradition. Our 100 member sanctuary choir leads us nearly every Sunday in an anthem. These services include lively congregational singing of the hymns of the church, as well as special music from the bell choirs, children’s choir and other groups. Although the traditional services are more formal in style, they still have the warmth of a community celebration. There is no sense of just going through the motions.

We invite you to join us each Sunday and on various special occasions throughout the year as we worship God together!

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