During the 2020 pandemic, we have chosen to keep everyone safe and not have worship in the church sanctuary. We have recorded services every week for you to watch at your convenience on our previous worship service page. Please, join us!

At this point, the timeline for starting corporate worship is Labor Day weekend, Sunday, September 6th. We believe worship in the courtyard is the best way to begin. Stay tuned for more information as it is available!


Sunday Morning Worship

Every Sunday at 10:30 AM

Sunday Evening

Every Sunday at 5:00 PM

A Taizé Service is held in the Prayer Room (in the back of the Sanctuary) on Sunday evenings at 5:00 PM.  This intimate service is filled with music and with silence.


Worship at La Mesa is genuinely Reformed in character, lively in spirit, and musically diverse.  We usually celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month.  The music features the congregation,  a choir, pipe organ,  piano, bells,  guitar, flute, drums, and occasionally other ensembles. Traditional church hymns and anthems form the foundation of worship, but the music is also modern in feel, drawing from world music, gospel, spirituals, folk, and other traditions. We are also informed by Celtic music and liturgy and have special services at Christmas and Easter that are Celtic in spirit and contemplative in tone. 

Until we can meet corporately again, we are providing virtual worship services on our previous worship service page. All the Sunday services since the pandemic began can be found below and watched at your convenience. I am so grateful for my talented colleagues - Leon Lake (pianist, vocalist), Denia Napoli (videographer), and various members who have participated in the services.    

Prayers for those around the world who are suffering from this disease and for the compassionate caregivers who give so much of themselves in healing others. We will find new and different ways to still be a church together through this experience.



La Mesa Presbyterian Church seeks to further Christ's unfolding reign of justice and compassion. Our name, La Mesa, symbolizes the vision of our life together. At this table, God is worshiped, barriers are broken down, children are nurtured, hospitality is extended, community is created, learning is valued, and all who come are fed. 





7401 Copper Ave NE

Albuquerque, NM 87108


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