At Green Mountain Presbyterian Church we celebrate worship every Sunday at 10am.
Worship combines a formal liturgy with traditional and contemporary music that features our chancel choir, bell choir, an instrumentalist, soloist, or musical group such as a string quartet, brass ensemble or other group as available.
As Jesus did, we welcome children of all ages as integral members of the body of Christ, and we welcome the sounds and activity that accompany them. PRAYground is located in the front-left section of the sanctuary. This area is designed for children through 3rd grade to quietly engage in age-appropriate activities while experiencing worship in the sanctuary along with their families.
Coffee Hour/Tea on the Green
Every Sunday before and after church we have a mini fellowship with refreshments.
Tea on the Green is in the summer outside on the front patio.
All of God’s children are welcome at his table.
We celebrate the fellowship of Jesus with his disciples every first Sunday of the month. We welcome you to join us.
Communion set hand made by Scott Fletcher from a tree on the church site.
The real ministry of thinking deeply, living relationally, and loving tangibly begins After Church.
Throughout the year, we offer programs after worship about church missions, and other enriching subjects. These will be found on the calendar and in the Sunday bulletin.
We encourage you to express your faith in action in ways that appeal to you.
We observe several special events during the year:
In January, we celebrate Epiphany, the arrival of the wise men, through the gathering of personal care items that are given to homeless shelters, family service centers, and sometimes sent to our troops overseas.
Ash Wednesday opens the six-weeks of Lent with a pancake supper followed by an evening worship service. A Maundy Thursday service recognizes the last supper with Jesus.
Easter Sunday we celebrate with breakfast, a children's Easter egg hunt, and the celebration of Jesus' resurrection.
A community service is held on Thanksgiving eve. We join with other Green Mountain churches and rotate venues between the participating congregations.
Early in December we join with other Green Mountain churches to offer a service of hope and wholeness. This service is for those who experience anxiety, loneliness, grief or emptiness during the Christmas season.
Christmas eve is observed with a candlelight worship service, a living nativity featuring the children of our church, followed by a reception with light refreshments.