Worship in a New Key (WINK)
5:00 PM in the Chapel (September through Pentecost)
The 5pm Worship in a New Key service, which we usually refer to as “WINK,” features acoustic music in a variety of styles—jazz, world, folk, bluegrass, ancient, and even traditional hymnody done with a bit of swing.
WINK is patterned after worship in the Reformed Tradition and represents a diverse worshipping community that seeks to find creative and different ways of worshipping with our whole selves. In addition to our creativity, we seek to employ a variety of music genres in our worship. No matter where you are on your journey, there is a place for you in our community.
Every first Sunday of the month is our Taize worship service. This style of worship is characterized by repetition, meditation, and silence. And every second Sunday of the month, we host a community dinner following worship in the fellowship center. All are welcome to join us.
Children are most definitely welcome in worship, and child-care is available for those who need it. If you’re thinking of a visit, learn more about our worship here. For more information about WINK or to sign up for our weekly enews, contact Rev. Kyle Anderson.