About Worship

“Best of all, God is with us.” — John Wesley

Worship Times

Worship is for all ages!
9:30 am in-person worship on Sundays in the beautiful sanctuary. Communion is offered the first Sunday of the month. Use the handicap accessible entrances and nearby parking lots for easier access to the building.

A pre-recorded, half hour, online worship service is available when you are, wherever you are. This full service includes beautiful music, an inspiring message and time of prayer. Click here for our online church.


Our Mission & Vision

Inviting everyone to experience Christianity for today’s world.
All are welcome here!

“I am grateful to God—whom I worship with a clear conscience, as my
ancestors did—when I remember you constantly in my prayers night
and day. “

– 2 Timothy 1:3 (NRSV)

Music and Worship in the Life of the Church

Our 9:30 am Service regularly features the Chancel Choir, performing anthems from the great tradition of sacred choral music, Renaissance through contemporary living composers. In addition, the service typically includes one of several other choirs & ensembles to enhance the liturgical experience of worship, including the Chancel Bell Choir, Men’s Ensemble, Youth Chancel and Bell Choirs, and various Instrumental Ensembles. In addition, our organist Mark Edwards, offers preludes, postludes and offertories. His repertoire is taken from the great wealth of organ literature from all periods of music.

Music Sign Up

To sign up for one of the music groups you see here, go to http://bit.ly/Bakermusicsignups

Music Ministry Staff

Learn more about our Music Ministry Staff by clicking here.

Above all sing spiritually. Have an eye to God in every word you sing. Aim at pleasing him more than yourself, or any other creature. In order to do this attend strictly to the sense of what you sing, and see that your heart is not carried away with the sound, but offered to God continually; so shall your singing be such as the Lord will approve here, and reward you when he cometh in the clouds of heaven.”

– John Wesley’s select hymns, 1761