At Creekwood, we cultivate experiences that are spiritual, authentic, eclectic, and accessible. We want everyone to feel at home as they encounter God in the midst of our community.
And when we say everyone - we mean it. We celebrate diversity, value different theological perspectives, affirm and embrace LGBRQIA memebers, and strive to embody God's kingdom. There is great power and possibility present when God's people come together to pray, sing, and reflect on how God is at work in the world and us.
Welcoming all of God's people to worship and explore their faith also means creating spaces and opportunities for our children and youth to participate within the worship, serving as scripture readers, musicians, and even creating liturgies for monthly Wednesday services. Our elementary school children serve as acolytes, are invited forward weekly for a children's moment, and have the opportunity to attend Children's Worship following. Children ages three and under are invited to stay in service with their families or to join our nursery attendants for creative play.
Sunday Worship includes a variety of music and styles, offering meaningful ways for people to experience the unconditional love of Jesus Christ and the radical welcome of our Christian community. You have two opportunities to worship with us each week.
Sunday Mornings at 9
Our 9:00 a.m. worship service is laid back and casual. A full band plays new and contemporary songs that reveal eternal truths. Every sermon thoughtfully engages scripture and culture to offer relevant, dynamic, and honest preaching. We celebrate communion each week, remembering the promise of God’s grace that we find in breaking bread together and the sharing the cup.
Sunday Mornings at 11
Our 11:00 a.m. worship service is warm and welcoming. Accompanied by piano and a choir, we sing modern hymns along with those familiar songs your grandma sang. Every sermon thoughtfully engages scripture and culture to offer a relevant, dynamic, and honest preaching. We celebrate communion each week, remembering the promise of God’s grace that we find in breaking bread together and sharing the cup.