In our worship at Grace, we come together as the forgiven and forgiving people of God, loving each other as God intends, and carrying that love out into the world. We seek to connect to the traditional worship of the Methodist Church, while still giving our musicians outlets to present musical offerings in a variety of musical styles, both traditional and contemporary.  


Both Sunday worship services at Grace are traditional in liturgy and music: the people of God join their voices in the singing of hymns, we affirm our faith in the words of the Apostles' Creed, and we follow Jesus' model of prayer as we pray the Lord's Prayer together.

Our Chancel Choir sings an anthem at the 8:30 am service on 1st and 3rd Sundays, and at the 11 am service on 2nd and 4th Sundays. In the event of a 5th Sunday (a few times a year), the entire congregation participates in a Hymn Sing! Hymns are accompanied in both services by organ or piano.

Special Music is presented at worship services primarily when the Chancel Choir is not singing: a variety of soloists and small ensembles (including our Chancel Bells and our youth praise team, the GodSquad) share music in a variety of styles, both traditional and contemporary.