The worship of God is central to the Christian life and the life of The Brick Presbyterian Church. Worship is essentially an action in which we turn away from ourselves and open ourselves to God. Though we find joy in worship, it is not essentially a form of entertainment. Though we find healing, it is not essentially a form of therapy. Though we learn the things of Christ, it is not essentially a form of education. In turning to God in praise, we move closer to our Creator, find our truest selves, and come to discern God’s purpose for our lives.
Worship at The Brick Church is in the Reformed tradition of Protestant Christianity. It is ordered around the reading and proclamation of the word of God in Holy Scripture, and the celebration of the sacraments of Holy Communion and Baptism. Our worship is generally traditional and liturgical. The congregation’s singing is accompanied by one of The Brick Church’s fine pipe organs and supported by our skilled Chancel Choir, which also offers one or more sung anthems in most services.