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Our Traditional Service

Traditional Service, 8:45 a.m.

Our 8:45 a.m. service follows a traditional liturgy with a music program that concentrates on the great hymns of the faith. This is not to say that contemporary music is excluded, but the focus is definitely on traditional hymnody. Worship in song is led by Stacy Cox and our choral praise team. The teaching is purely Scriptural and expository and seeks to discover the great truths of God's special revelation. We firmly believe the Bible is the most relevant book ever written and is God's "manual" for salvation, worship, and life. Therefore the study of the Word is the essential part of our worship service.

But we also make sure all aspects of true Reformed worship are present in our services.  Namely praise (in song), the reading of God's Word (usually two each service), prayer (throughout the service), the expository preaching of the Word, and the administering of the sacraments.  Communion is observed usually once each month.  Check the Current Events for the dates of Communion this month.

The traditional service is attended by people of all ages. In classic South Florida style, dress is usually casual although many of our attenders enjoy traditional church attire as well.  We believe that worship should be reverent and God-honoring, and at the same time comfortable. 

We hope you will join us!