music & liturgy
The liturgy (the way we order our time together for worship) at Pillar takes its shape from the way the Christian church has worshipped for centuries. We also try to be creative and contextual in our expression. So we will sing traditional hymns alongside originally composed songs, historic set prayers amidst testimonies from our congregation about what God is doing in their life.
Worship is the Church’s grateful response of praise and adoration to the grace that God has showered upon the world and his people. In worship, we gather around Word and Sacrament to listen for God’s voice and to experience his grace in the waters of Baptism and around the Lord’s Table in Communion. We are then sent into the world to offer our whole lives as living sacrifices to God.
Every Sunday we gather around the table to celebrate the Lord’s Supper together. We gather because Christ calls us to the table to feast together in remembrance of what God has done, to commune with God and with each other, and to hope for the day when Christ comes again to make all things new.
The sanctuary at Pillar is a beautiful and reflective space to pray throughout the week. But on Tuesdays and Thursdays, we gather at noon for a time of communal prayer. In these brief moments in midday, we lift up prayers for our church, our community, and the world around us. Please join us if you are in the neighborhood.