Worship at Church of the Pilgrims is a participatory event, where each week the gathered community joins in song, prayer, preaching, storytelling, reflection, and sacraments.
Our intent in worship is to engage our senses, body and soul, and connect us with God and our neighbor—both those next to us in the pews, and those outside our doors.
Children of all ages are welcome to participate in worship with their parents, and older children are often involved as worship leaders. Children are an important part of Pilgrims community, so we need them part of worship.
We value worship that is honest and attentive to our longing to connect with God and the stories of God’s Creation. Our hope in worship is to prepare our community to live out God's Way in the city and world in which we live.
On Sunday morning our choir is part of Pilgrims creative and participatory worship.
The Pilgrims choir often incorporates cantors (solo singers/song leaders), and instrumentalists (violin, flute, recorder, mandolin, guitar, percussion—even tuba, among others) into our musical worship.