Worship and Sermons
Worship at Spring Hill Presbyterian Church is at the heart of our identity, as expressed in our mission statement.
What worship means at SHPC
In worship we focus on the Word of God, read and proclaimed, sung and prayed. We believe that the scriptures are the Word of God by which He reveals himself to us. Where that Word is read and proclaimed Jesus Christ, the Living Word, is present through the Holy Spirit.
How worship is practiced at SHPC
The order of worship adheres to the practices of the Reformed tradition that you will find in many PC(USA) churches.
The Call to Worship, the scripture that begins our worship service, prepares us to align our hearts and minds with God for worship.
The affirmation of faith, and the Gloria Patri, recognize the power and majesty of God the Father Almighty, maker of heaven and earth and His only Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord.
The confession, both corporate and silent individual, is followed by
the assurance of pardon that declares salvation through Jesus Christ.
Prayer, both individual and corporate, is at the heart of worship. Through the Holy Spirit we seek the will of God, give thanksgiving and praise and offer ourselves to Him.
Hymns, anthems sung by the choir, and instrumental music unite the congregation in prayer, praise and adoration.
The sermon, based upon the written Word, edifies and charges the congregation to bear and follow the Word into the world.
When we worship
Regular Sunday morning services are at 10:30.
Look for special service times on Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday.
The sacraments of the Lordís Supper and Baptism are offered at appropriate times during services. For more information please check the links below.