NOTICE: In response to the recommendations regarding the COVID-19 situation, Warden Community Church will be practicing social distancing guidelines on Sunday morning services and Wednesday Night Bible Study.
You’ll be able to view our Sunday services LIVE streamed on Facebook at facebook.com/WardenChurch.. We go LIVE Sunday mornings at 9:30am, 11:00am, and Wednesday evenings at 6:00pm (except the second Wednesday).
Here is our most recent Sunday worship service. It was live-streamed, and then enhanced with hymn lyrics and scriptures.
Here is our most recent Sunday Bible Study video for what it means to be IN CHRIST – a phrase that shows up frequently in the New Testament:
Here is our Wednesday Bible Study video for Acts. We’ve been looking at the early Church, and how its members reacted to their times:
- 9:30 a.m. ~ Coffee & Conversation (all ages are welcome!)
- 11:00 a.m. ~ Sunday Worship Service
At the Community Church of Warden, we’re Congregational, which means that we understand that each person is needed to help lead the church in community. We’re Christian, which means that we do our best to follow the teachings of Jesus — we’re better at it some days than others, but we do look to move forward in our journey of faith. We’re a Church; a family of faith who has been the community church of Warden for a long time, and we’re looking forward to see what God will do in our midst.
One of the distinctive things about our faith is that we actively work to merge today’s thoughts with our relationship with God. Each person has to figure out how they will “live and move and have their being”, to borrow a phrase from the Bible. Each one of us contributes to our faith in ever-changing ways, as we take seriously our call to be a part of the Kingdom of God.
Our service starts at 11:00 a.m., and goes until about 12:30 p.m. Before COVID, we met together after the service for coffee and a light snack. We encouraged people to feel free to linger and mingle, but currently that’s on hold for now. We’ll bring it back as soon as we think it’s safe!
There’s no dress code: younger people tend to wear whatever they’d wear to school, and older folks often wear whatever they’d normally wear during the week. (And if you’re interested, Pastor Ed usually wears casual slacks and a comfortable shirt, unless there’s a special service, for which he wears a church robe.)
Come with questions, come with doubts, come as you are, but come seeking God’s truth and expecting to be changed. God loves us as we are, but He loves us too much to leave us unchanged.