Sunday Morning Services
8:00am, 9:30am, and 11:15am in the Sanctuary
- Traditional worship with both traditional & contemporary music led by outstanding choirs: Morning Glory, Chancel Choir, Starfire Singers
- Sunday School for children at 9:30am
- Childcare is available in the nursery for children under age 2 during all morning worship services
- Interpreter for the deaf at 9:30am service
- All our worship services are streamed live online
Coffee hour and fellowship times
- 7:30am in the entrance of the church
- 10:30am in the Creekside Center across the parking lot
Sunday Evening Service
Creekside Crossings, 5:00pm in Creekside Center
- Praise worship led by Dirk Damonte and the Creekside Worship Band
- Children are always welcome at Creekside Crossings, but childcare for ages 0–4 is also available upon request in Room 4 of the Children’s Center. Please contact Michelle Caudle at least four days in advance
- Watch the service live from your computer
All-Church Family Dinner
- Once a month, immediately following the Creekside Crossings service (6:15pm) on Sunday evening
- Paired with an all-church event or celebration announced each month
- Dinner is carefully prepared and served so that we may continue our Sunday evening fellowship
Infants and our littlest children (up to age two) are offered safe, loving care during all of our morning services in our church nursery. Child care is also offered upon request during our Creekside Crossings 5:00pm service. Please contact Director of Children’s Ministries Michelle Caudle (650-948-1083 x153) at least four days in advance for child care during Creekside Crossings or for general inquiries about child care.
God loves all of us!
Communion is a practice that is meant to be observed over and over throughout the life of a Christian. It is a holy time of worship when we corporately come together as one body to remember and celebrate all that Christ did for us through his life, death, and resurrection:
While they were eating, Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take and eat; this is my body.” Then he took the cup, gave thanks and offered it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you. This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.” Matthew 26:26-28 (NIV)
In the United Methodist Church, Holy Communion is open to all persons. You do not have to be a member to participate. We serve Communion during our worship services on the first Sunday of the month. Grape juice is used, and one station offers gluten-free, wheat-free, dairy-free, egg-free bread so that all may partake of the elements.