Worship at The Brick Church is in the Reformed tradition of Protestant Christianity. To view our Sunday services, visit our online archives here.
9:45 a.m.: Lecture Series. On Sundays from mid-September through May, all are invited to classes that explore the Bible and examine theological and spiritual issues and their relevance to our lives today.
11 a.m.: Worship Service. The congregation gathers for worship in the Sanctuary. Christian worship usually includes the four movements that shape worship at The Brick Church: “The Gathering,” “The Word,” “The Response,” and “The Sending.”
During the Service, Sunday Church School is offered for children from babies through seventh grade.
- Sunday Church School begins at 11 a.m. for children 3 and younger.
- Students from age 4 through seventh grade leave the worship service after the Children’s Message and are led to their Sunday Church School classes.
- On Family Sundays, usually the first Sunday of the month, children in first grade and above remain in worship for the entire service. This way they can participate in worship and partake of the Lord’s Supper. Each year we set aside 5 Family Sundays to be more welcoming to our children, and on these Sundays we invite our children to participate in the liturgy and help lead worship.
After the service, all are invited to Coffee Hour, an opportunity for fellowship held immediately following the Sunday Service. Coffee Hour takes place in the Garden when the weather permits and in Watson Hall when the weather forces us indoors.
Members are invited to read Scripture on Sundays. Please contact Rev. Douglas King if you are interested in reading.
Wednesday Evening Communion Service
From October through May, a 30-minute service of worship is held takes place every Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. in the Chapel of the Reformed Faith adjacent to the main sanctuary. The service includes a brief sermon and the Sacrament of Holy Communion, and features a volunteer choir made up of adults and youth. For more information about the choir, contact Keith Tóth, Minister of Music.
Every year on Ash Wednesday, two communion services of worship are offered: one at 7:30 a.m. and one at 6 p.m. The imposition of ashes is offered at each service for those wishing to receive them.