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Worship

What to ExpectFull overview of worship service»

We welcome you to come worship with us every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

The main entrance for the worship space is actually in the front of the room so you will walk past the pulpit to find a seat. There are shorter pews available for folks to sit with loved ones with wheelchairs or walkers. When you first arrive, there are greeters who will welcome you when you come in the main building entrance and help you figure out where everything is. There are also ushers who will hand you a bulletin that includes the complete order of the service.

The service should feel familiar to those who enjoy traditional worship services but the structure is also flexible from week to week, creating space for each person to connect with the Spirit in his or her own way through scripture, reflection, prayer, music, and silence.

All are truly welcome. We look forward to seeing you in worship with us very soon. May Christ's grace and peace be with you.

For a detailed overview of a typical service and the meaning of some of the church language we use, click here.

If you have any particular concerns or questions about attending worship, please contact Pastor Shaun at pastorshaunbcucc@gmail.com or 440-543-5117, and he will be glad to help you.


Music

Director of Music
Chad attended Kent State University and studied Choral Music Education. He has been playing piano since 1993, has been singing since 1996, and has been teaching privately since 2007. Chad has also been in productions of "The Wizard of Oz," "I Pagliacci," and original high school musicals. Chad is a choral music arranger, performer, and teaches Musical Theatre and 6th Grade Choir at Lakeview Intermediate School in Stow, Ohio.

Choir
Our church choir rehearses on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary. We welcome new singers.

We are grateful for their voices in worship, offering praise to God and leadership for the congregation.