Weekend Services

    Welcome - Weekend Services

    On Sunday mornings at Federated Church, we offer two different worship experiences.

    Worship - 9:00 am on Sundays at Bell Street
    This worship service places more emphasis on congregational singing and Liturgy. The Ensemble serves as the home choir for this service.

    Worship -11:00 am on Sundays at Bell Street
    This worship service is our most traditional service.  The Chancel Choir serves as the home choir for this service.

    Federated Church has a rich musical tradition and many talented singers, ringers, musicians and dancers.  Our Alive360 band, Bell Choir, Children's Choir and Leap of Faith Liturgical Dancers will add energy and variety to the worship services at different times throughout the year.

    Summer Schedule:
    During the summer months, from mid-June to early September, we offer a single Family Worship service at 10:00 am in our Bell Street Sanctuary.

    Click here to see what is happening on upcoming Sundays.

    Throughout the program year, from mid-September through early June, Sunday School is offered for children and youth up through 8th grade during the worship services at 9am and 11am. 

    The first Sunday of the month is an exception in the Church School schedule.  On "first Sundays" children in K through 6th grade are invited to begin worship with their families, spend the sermon time in a large group activity at Sunday School and then return to the Sanctuary to share communion time with their families.

    Childcare is available for infants and toddlers during all services.  Silent pagers are available for parents who have concerns about separating from their children.  We also have a Parents Room adjacent to the Sanctuary on Bell Street where parents can worship with their little ones while viewing the service on closed circuit television.

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