Our worship style is casual, respectful, and creative.
We are Musicians, Teachers, Lawyers, Administrative Assistants, Students, Nurses, Self-Employed, Actors, Managers, Retired, Dancers… we are your neighbors.
Our name “kirk” means church in Scottish and has prompted us to study and embrace Celtic Spirituality. We celebrate The Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of each month at our 11 AM Service and every Sunday at the 8:30 AM and 5 PM services. We study Scripture so that as we follow Jesus Christ we might become more like him. We baptize infants and adults, knowing that it is not by anything that we do, but by God’s grace that we are called children of God.
Embracing the example of Jesus, our welcome knows no boundaries, and is extended to ALL people.
Worship at the Kirk
Celtic Worship Service – a 40-minute service with The Lord’s Supper, special Celtic arrangements of music, and a guided discussion about the Scripture. 8:30am Sundays
11am Sunday Worship – join us for a service that celebrates the liturgy, prayers, hymns, and practices that are a part of the Reformed tradition. 11am Sundays
Jazz Vespers – an innovative worship experience of jazz music, conversation, and Holy Communion. This service encourages worshipers to explore their questions about God. 5pm Sundays
Taize Worship – Taizé centers on singing, prayer, readings from the Bible, and periods of silence. It is candle-lit and contemplative, creating a quiet space for reflection and communion with God and one another. 1pm and 7pm Wednesdays
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COME AND SEE A CHRISTMAS CAROL AT THE GAYTON KIRK , Friday Dec. 6 and Saturday, Dec.7 at 7 pm.
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