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Join us for worship on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am, in the sanctuary or online at blcmidway.online.church
On Wednesdays at 9:00 pm, join us in a quiet, dark sanctuary for Selah. Selah is a musical witness to the creative Word of God – ancient, eternal, and always with us. The lyrics come directly from ancient scripture, the melody newly composed, accompanied by spontaneous improvisation in strings: God’s ancient, new, and creative Word embodied in healing music. You are welcome to meditate on the words, or simply let the music wash over you like a sound bath. Once finished, the musicians will stop playing and someone will read a prayer to close. A time of silence will be observed.
For worship in the building:
-We will all wear masks to protect ourselves and others from the risk of infection while together. This includes those who are fully vaccinated.
-Please maintain physical distancing between those not in your household.
-There will not be fellowship time inside the building. You are welcome to bring your own coffee for outdoor fellowship.
-Anyone experiencing new symptoms common to COVID-19 infection should not attend in person worship.
Detailed descriptions of worship in the building can be found here.
Sunday School following worship
No Coffee and conversation hour in the lower auditorium after the Worship Service, but bring your own coffee for fellowship outside!
- Traditional Worship with pipe organ and piano 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays
- Worship Leaders – every Sunday
- Contemporary Worship with guitars and/or keyboard 2nd and 4th Sundays
- Second Sunday Musicians/Contemporary group
- Guitar worship on 2nd Sunday of each month
- Keyboard and Guitar worship on 4th Sunday of each month
- Sunday School children prepare and share music with congregation several times a year
Parking available on Sunday Mornings in the Spruce Tree Parking Lot
across the street from the church until 1pm.