When you think of worship, do you think of it as: a duty or an opportunity? A chore or a thrill? A boring hour of the same old things or an hour of some of the most intellectually stimulating things you’ve probably ever heard? An obligation or an experience so fulfilling that you wouldn’t miss it for anything in the world?
If duty and chore and boredom and obligation come to mind, then you’re like most Protestants who infrequently wander in and out of places of worship in our country today. But if words like opportunity, stimulus, thrill and fulfillment are what you’ve been longing for on a Sunday morning we invite you to join us for worship at Pilgrim Congregational Church.
We invite you to join us for weekly worship and Church School every Sunday morning at 10:30 AM. (10 AM in July and August)
Pilgrim Church celebrates communion five times a year.
We believe that the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper does not belong to any one church or denomination. Anyone who would serve Christ, regardless of their church affiliation, is invited to take part in our service of communion. As is our tradition, we wait until everyone is served before we partake of the bread and of the juice.
Excerpts from Worships
We invite you to read excerpts from sermons in our News section.