What time and how long?

Worship begins at 11am and last about one hour.

What does a typical Sunday look like?

Sunday is the day we gather to worship God. We have a keyboardist and vocalist. We've recently added a drummer, bassist, and violinist to our music team. Each service includes a blend of modern music as well as one or two more traditional hymns. Don't worry if you don't know the words - the music is printed in the Worship Guide, and lyrics are projected on a screen. (No fumbling through hymnals or wondering which book to pick up.) We'll have plenty of paper versions of the Worship Guide, but you're also welcome to bring your tablet and download a digital version. The sermons are taught, not yelled, and are thought-provoking. Everyone is invited to come a few minutes early, and grab a great cup of coffee or tea, and a doughnut or two.

What to wear?

Ah, the age-old question. Come as you are. If you want to be casual, you'll be in good company. If you feel like dressing up, you're free to do that, too. Most importantly, be comfortable.

Is there childcare?

Yes! Children are always welcome in worship, but there is childcare available, if you prefer.


The church where we worship, Greenland Hills, UMC, is truly a neighborhood church, so parking can get a little crowded. But the residents on the surrounding streets are used to a bit more traffic on Sundays. You may want to give yourself an extra five minutes in case you have to park a little farther away.


There are a few handicap spaces in the parking lot, as well as a reserved area for handicap parking in front of the sanctuary. 

Will I be pestered to share my contact information?

Nope. Everyone is invited to register their attendance via our website or by utilizing a QR code through your smartphone. You don't have to register at all, or you can just enter your name. If you choose to share your contact information, we'll only contact you if you tell us you want to receive communications from us. But if you're up for it, Jo, our Senior Pastor, would love to meet you for a cup of coffee.

Will I be singled out?

Absolutely not. We won't ask you to stand while others remain seated. You won't be asked to remain seated while others stand. You'll likely have more than one person come and introduce themselves to you. That's just our way of welcoming people. 

Is there communion?

We celebrate the Feast of Holy Communion every Sunday. EVERYONE is welcome to participate. (This means you!) We serve communion by intinction – at the ushers’ guidance, you are invited to come forward where you will be served a piece of bread. You are invited to then dip the bread in the cup, which contains grape juice, and receive the two elements together. Gluten-free bread is also available in the small cup to the right.

Greenland Hills is a United Methodist church -

what's the deal with that?

We are currently worshipping in the Fellowship Hall at Greenland Hills, United Methodist Church. Our worship services are separate - the Greenland Hills congregation worships in the sanctuary. Our congregations do come together for some ministry opportunities, as well as book studies and some social events, because we've found the people of Greenland Hills to be extremely warm and welcoming, and we like hanging out with them!


While our services are held at a Methodist church, we remain a congregation of the United Church of Christ.


Join us for worship online each Sunday morning at 11am. Our worship service is a a blend of ancient and modern worship elements and music.


We believe that all people have worth, so you don’t have to be a member of this church or any church, or even know what you believe, to participate in the life of this community.


We are a small faith community with BIG hearts. From the beginning of our church, we have believed that church is not a building, but is made up of the people of the church.


If you have questions - ANY questions, give us a shout.