July Worship Notes

     During July and August, we'll be spending some time in The Psalms - exploring how the Psalms offer a wonderful counter-world to our lives that are often filled with anxieties and turmoil.  While part of a larger series, each Sunday stands on its own - so first-time guests and one-time summer campers are definitely welcomed to join in anytime.

What is worship like at Fruitport CRC?

Our Sunday morning service begins at 9:30 AM and lasts slightly over an hour.  Our worship gathering marks the start of each new week with biblical, Christ-centered messages and PowerPoint presentations for added real-life application.  During worship, our weekly prayer & share times play an important role to help us see how God is actively working among us.  Nursery is available to age 3.  A time for fellowship follows every service in our family room where refreshments are available.

What is the music like?

Celebrating today's contemporary testimony in music & recognizing the rich musical history of the church, we use a blended format of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to glorify God and praise His name.  

What should I wear to worship?

Please come as you are, shorts or suits, dresses or jeans.  Jesus is our guide and he cares about our souls not our outer appearances.  Our sanctuary is air-conditioned to ward off the summer heat and humidity to make things more comfortable.  Guests and vacationers are always welcome as we are minutes from Hoffmaster State Park and several popular tourist destinations and campgrounds.

Must I give an offering to attend worship?

No - Guests are welcome to put a contribution in the plate, but there is no such expectation.  As part of our worship - we typically take two offerings - one for the ministry expenses of our church and the second for a designated ministry.   We see this as a way of fulfilling our commitment to further God's Kingdom work.  With complete transparency - You are always welcomed to take a look at our deacons' bulletin board in the hallway to see where the dollars go.