Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship: 10:55 a.m.
Food for the Soul (Dinner Church): 6:30 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Sundays from October through May.
Sunday morning worship at Midway Christian Church is both traditional and innovative. You will recognize the liturgical practices from many traditions. The colors change with the seasons. The Lord's Supper is celebrated every time that we gather for worship and everyone is invited to partake of the gifts of God.
While our services are traditional in many ways, the atmosphere of the congregation is welcoming to all sorts of expressions of our faith. There is time to share community announcements and prayer concerns. Children Worship and Wonder allow the children of the congregation to participate and have their own worship experience. The choir is one of the finest that you will hear in a church this size and their gifts in worship range from classical European to African American spirituals to contemporary Christian.
Preaching is important to the Disciples. The sermons at Midway are biblical, relevant and often challenging.
Twice monthly, on the first and third Sundays, our Food for the Soul "Dinner Church" meets in Fellowship Hall. This is a service of food and conversation; a time where life and faith intersect.
This biblically based, alternative worship service begins by sharing a light dinner and conversation topics are generally those not covered in a typical Sunday morning service. A simple Communion service is observed. Suggestions or ideas are welcome and encouraged.
"Children Worship & Wonder" is an exciting, innovative approach to teaching Bible stories to children based on the Montessori Method. On select Sundays, and in a specially prepared dedicated Worship & Wonder Space, children from age 3 to Middle School are invited to participate in this multi-generational worship experience.
Above all, worship at Midway Christian is an experience where every person is welcomed to discover the love of God for them and their world made known through Jesus Christ.