TRADITIONS

A Traditional Presbyterian Church Worship Service Featuring Choral and Organ Music

about the service

“We worship through reading the Word (the Bible), preaching the Word, spoken and unspoken prayer, and music sung and offered in joyful praise.”

JOIN US SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 11AM

Organ Music

Sing Popular Traditional Hymns
With An Organ Player

Traditional Worship

A Traditional Presbyterian
Church Worship Service

Time For God's Children

Bring the Kids to Experience a
Children's Sermon and Chapel

Your worship experience is further enhanced by the participation of the chancel choir, various children's and youth choirs, soloists, and handbell choir.

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CHILDREN’S WORSHIP ACTIVITIES

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Each service includes a children's sermon, followed by Children's Chapel for ages three through first grade. Children's chapel includes a brief worship service followed by creative Bible study and a special activity for each age group. This program is staffed by parents and the Director of Christian Education.

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Should children require special needs such as disposable diapers, formula, or foods, parents are asked to bring these in a small travel bag, clearly marked with the child's name.

Want to worship with us?

Our worship schedule includes two Sunday morning services in the Sanctuary: the first service at 9:00 (Wekiva Aliva) and the second service at 11:00 (Traditions). While we appreciate our heritage, we are not stodgy—our inspiring music and worship reflect the living church in every age, including today. Wekiva celebrates communion on the first Sunday of even-number months and there are many other special worship events throughout the year. Special services include Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Sunrise Service, Thanksgiving Eve (an Ecumenical Service held jointly with five area churches) and three services on Christmas Eve.


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