what to expect on sundays

Lord's Day WORSHIP

On Sunday mornings, we meet at 10:30am for corporate worship, which includes

A Call to Worship in which God calls us by His Word to Himself. The worship service itself is a covenantal interaction between God and His people with His speaking in and through the Word and His people responding. God is the initiator of our worship. 

Reading of Scripture

Pastoral Prayer

Singing of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs

We often make use of Creeds, Confessions, and Catechisms as well as responsive readings from the Word of God. 

Preaching of the Word - Preaching at Remembrance is expositional.  This means that the sermon is derived from a particular passage of Scripture and that the focus and meaning of the passage is the focus and message of the sermon. The preaching is done verse-by-verse through books of the Bible. We are a people led by and responding to the Word. In the past few years our pastor has preached through: Mark, Malachi, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John and we invite you to join us in our current study through Daniel. 

Confession of sin and pardon-whereby God's people call out to Him through the one mediator Jesus Christ and are assured of our forgiveness by grace through faith in Jesus.

We celebrate the Lord's Supper each week in which the people of God are called to "shew the Lord's death till He come." This is a time for the People of God to take of the body and blood of the Lord by faith. The table is open to all those who call upon the name of the Lord.

Benediction-God commissions and sends His people out by His Word.


The ordinances of Baptism and the Lord's Supper are also crucial elements of our corporate worship.  We celebrate together the baptism of those who profess faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

We partake in the Lord's Supper every Sunday.  This ordinance was commanded by our Lord to do in remembrance of what He has done for us.  It is a means of grace.  


Our singing is congregational, which encourages the full and active participation of all present. Our primary criteria for a piece of music is Biblical fidelity, theological richness, singability, and corporate edification.