|Here you will find a few questions - and answers - sometimes asked about Linden Heights United Methodist Church, and the worldwide United Methodist Church. Just click your mouse on the question for a response. If you don't see your question asked here, or want more details to answer your question, please click here to email the Pastor.|
Question: I see you have an earlier "informal" worship service and a "traditional" 11:00 a.m. worship service each Sunday. What is the difference?
|Response: Both services generally have the same theme and message. Besides the time - some people prefer the earlier 9:15 a.m. time, and some the 11:00 a.m. time - the main distinction is style. At the early informal service we sing more praise songs and use projection on a screen to guide the service. The traditional service is a bit more, well, traditional. The service is guided by a printed bulletin. Most Sundays the choir offers an anthem, or the bell choir offers its musical worship, sometimes both. Children and youth and their families participate in both services. Everyone is welcome at either service. And, regularly we schedule combined worship services (usually at 10:30 a.m., check the schedule) where everybody worships together and both worship styles are blended.|