We’d love to have you join us for worship on Sundays at 10am. We are on the corner of James St. and Sunset Dr. and share the parking lot with Hope In Christ Church.
Feel free to dress casually. Legacy Church is a place where people of all stages of faith are welcome. Please don’t feel any pressure to pretend to have it all together or be something that you are not. Whether you have know Christ for decades or you come as a skeptic investigating who Jesus is, our hope is that you will find both the love and challenge of Christ presented in a thoughtful and completing manner.
The liturgy, meaning order of worship, at Legacy Church is a way of telling the gospel story. Our liturgy is the good news that by His grace Jesus Christ saves sinners like us from death to life. This is the story of God making all things good, the world and humanity turning against him, and God’s persistent counter-conditional love rescuing his people through His Son, Jesus Christ, who offers forgiveness to all who call on His name and is making all things new in himself. Every Sunday when we gather to worship God uses the singing, reading, prayers, preaching, communion, and benediction to teach us the gospel afresh. In this way our hearts are refreshed as Jesus redeems us and shapes us into a new people for His glory and the good of the world.
While some of the ways we worship might be new or foreign to you, we encourage you to try them on for a while and see if you can’t benefit from them. Written prayers read in unison are meant to work the same way songs do — to give a common voice to our personal devotion as we each meditate on their meaning. Learning liturgy, C.S. Lewis said, is like learning to dance. It’s awkward at first, but after a while you focus not on the individual steps, but on the One you are worshiping.