On Easter Sunday, there is a great celebration at Oldtown as we share the good news that the tomb is empty and He is risen indeed!! The sanctuary is decorated with Easter Lilies and other beautiful spring flowers. Our word of the day is, “Alleluia!” and each time we hear it, we wave our bright strips of colored fabric high in the air to add to the celebration. After the worship service is concluded on Easter Sunday, everyone in attendance is invited to the front of the sanctuary where we take our annual family picture.
Join us for worship at 10am and stay for a time of fellowship and refreshments after worship.
Worship at Oldtown is a time for all to gather as a family of faith to pray and sing, thank and praise, and to open our ears, our eyes, our hearts, and our minds to God. You can always expect an extravagant welcome and more when you join us for worship. At Oldtown, we share the sacrament of Communion on the first Sunday of each month. Our bread is gluten-free and our cup is filled with simple grape juice, so none will have reason to feel excluded. All are welcome at the table, regardless of age, faith, church affiliation, or life experience.
In the words of our denomination, “No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.”