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Sunday Morning Worship

Every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Recorded Worship Service

As we have done for the past year, there is a recorded worship service available through this website hosted on YouTube that you can view whenever is convenient for you. The weekly service is usually on Monday and remains on the YouTube site.


Covid Related Information for In-person Worship

What You Need to Know

 We offer both in-person worship and continue a pre-recorded worship available on YouTube.

 For those of you who attend in person, there is some important information we want you to be aware of.

  • We ask that if you or a member of your family/household are not feeling well or have any of the symptoms of Covid-19 (fever greater than 100° taken orally or 99° scanned on the forehead or temple; congestion, cough, shortness of breath, new loss of taste or smell, fatigue, muscle or body aches, runny nose, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea) – please stay home and enjoy the YouTube service.

  • To demonstrate our caring for our most vulnerable members and guests – masks are recommended but not mandatory. We will not be limiting the seating or enforcing social distancing but please me mindful of all members and guests preferences. 

  • Hymns may be sung with or without masks, but masks are recommended.

  • We recommend that those who feel that they need to be seated in a well-ventilated area select a seat on the East or Pulpit side of the sanctuary near the windows. Windows will often be open and the coolers and fans will be running to ensure good air circulation. 

  • On Communion Sunday, you will be invited forward to partake in communion. Elders will provide individual cups of wine (juice) and will handout pre-sliced bread using tongs.

  • The library will be reserved for parents to take young children/toddlers so that they can still view the service and have room for their child to move about.

  • We encourage you to contact a member of the Worship committee, Judy Wellington, or another session member if you have any questions or concerns.

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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. 

We pray for those around the world who are suffering from Covid-19 and for the compassionate caregivers who give so much of themselves in healing others.

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