Summer Sermon Series
Explorers Lewis and Clark expected to find a waterway to the Pacific Ocean, and instead found the Rocky Mountains. As the church, we too find ourselves in a cultural context we were not expecting. In this sermon series based on Tod Bolsinger's book Canoeing the Mountains, we will explore what it means to minister to one another and share the good news of Jesus in a rapidly changing world.
Worship at the Presbyterian Church in Sudbury is centered on God’s word, and with music and prayer and preaching, we celebrate both God’s love for and challenges to us as we seek to be faithful followers of Jesus Christ and his teachings. As with many churches, our members come from different religious backgrounds and have a variety of music and worship styles and preferences.
Children are welcomed and encouraged to be at worship. As they arrive, younger children may pick up a quiet-activity bag for use during worship. The service has a Children’s Message, after which the children attending Sunday School are dismissed to their classes. Nursery care for the very youngest is available all morning.
10:30AM- Beginning May 27 we will have one service that will include both traditional hymns and contemporary songs. Sunday school for K-5th grade will begin after the children's sermon at 10:45 am. Nursery available from infants to age 5.
In all worship services, we hear a sermon, based on a scripture text and preached to build faith and equip us to serve God. We normally also include a prayer time when worshipers have the opportunity to share joys and concerns, and an offering to support the missions and programs of the church is received. On the first Sunday of each month, we observe the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper (Communion.)
Join the music ministry!
The PCIS Chancel Choir and Praise Team are always looking to welcome singers and musicians of all skill levels. Each week during the school year, the Praise Team will rehearse Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm; the Chancel Choir, Thursday nights at 7:30 pm. Feel free to stop by rehearsal or talk to our music director, Matthew Guerrieri if you have any questions.