Alternative Worship: Village Presbyterian Church

The Gathering

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We think God is too big to be worshipped in only one way. So, every Sunday night we gather in Friendship Hall. We sing old hymns and new songs with indie musicians and a harmonium. We celebrate Holy Communion every week, admitting our souls get hungry. We believe the laughs of children are as sacred as the preacher's words, and enjoy worshipping with every generation together. And we think loneliness is not what God desires for us, so we often extend the table after worship with cookies and potlucks to actively cultivate community. 

It's worship, as holy as it's always been. And it's "alternative," different than it's ever been. Because our world is different, but our souls still seek the same things. Come, see what's happening here.




UPcoming Concert

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Free Community Concert!

While best known for her stop-you-in-your-tracks voice, Liz has steadily developed a reputation as an accomplished songwriter, crafting intimately personal portraits through her music. Liz’s songs have won some of the most prestigious songwriting competitions in the country, including the BMI John Lennon Songwriting Competition. With five albums to her name, Liz’s music has been featured on TV shows such as ABC’s “Beauty & The Beast”, Lifetime’s “Army Wives”, and MTV’s “Scream”. The latest release, ‘Weightless’, is the highly anticipated follow- up to Longley’s eponymous 2015 Sugar Hill Records debut, which earned accolades from critics, who proclaimed the album “a thing of beauty,” (Popdose), and praised her “captivating stories set to tunes that will be running through your head after a single spin.” (American Songwriter). Liz is currently recording her sixth album with 5-time GRAMMY nominated producer, Paul Moak. 


An RSVP isn’t required, but it’s helpful! Thanks in advance!


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January 20 - February 24

Our Village Church family was invited to share topics and raise questions to be included in a sermon series. Hundreds of responses were received. It is clear that we are a thinking and feeling congregation, concerned about our world and curious about our faith. This series was created from the most submitted responses. So we begin our new year engaging our curiosity, together.

Jan. 20 | Predestination: Does That Sound Like Good News To You?

Jan. 27 | The World is a Mess. Why Doesn’t God Do Something?

Feb. 3 | Can We Really Trust that We Will Go to Heaven?

Feb. 10 | The Earth is the Lord’s (a Word about Climate Change)

Feb. 17 | Why Did Jesus Talk So Much About Money?

Feb. 24 | Do We Need The Book of Revelation?