Worship is the central aspect of our church life at Falling Spring.  At our services on Sunday morning you will find folks from diverse backgrounds gathering together to praise God and seek His direction for our lives.   We are a Christ-centered congregation who believe that through the power of the Holy Spirit we can make a difference in the lives of people within our congregation as well as in our community and the world.  No matter which service best suits your preferences, you will find that the worship is rooted in and driven by the Word.

Traditional

A highlight at Falling Spring, among many, is our Sunday Worship where we worship the One who created us, sustains us, and empowers us.

Our traditional service in the sanctuary at 10:00 AM honors long-established and predefined elements of worship including: organ music, a chancel choir, hymns and liturgical pieces like the Gloria Patri and a traditional creed.  Beautiful altar flowers add to our service each week.  People give flowers to the glory of God, in thanksgiving of special events like an anniversary or birthday or in memory of loved ones.  Click here if you are called to add to our worship in this way.

Contemporary

A highlight at Falling Spring, among many, is our Sunday Worship where we worship the One who created us, sustains us, and empowers us.

Our modern contemporary service in the Family Life Center at 10:00 AM features an informal, come-as-you-are feel, where you will be warmly welcomed by the community.  Contemporary praise and worship sets the stage for a Holy Spirit led service.

Contemplative

A highlight at Falling Spring, among many, is our Sunday Worship where we worship the One who created us, sustains us, and empowers us.

This contemplative service in the  Sanctuary at 8:00 AM allows for quiet times of reflection and meditation, as well as traditional hymns and liturgical elements.  The extended times of stillness in this service offers the opportunity to  quiet ourselves in order to open our souls to the ministry of God.