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Worship at the Cross: Jesus Cares
Last updated on May 23, 2017

Each person should have the opportunity to worship God in a way that he or she understands. The “Worship at the Cross” service is designed to make each part of a worship service have special meaning, especially for people with cognitive impairments.

Throughout the service, your senses are engaged in worship:

  • You see 6 signs throughout the service. These signs are symbols that help illustrate each part of service.
  • You hear a bell ring to signify the beginning of the service. You are invited to participate in the service by singing and making music.
  • You can share prayer requests.
  • You have opportunities to sing hymns and play rhythm instruments.
We invite you to come see what “Worship at the Cross” is like!