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Worship

We learn and grow in our faith through worship.

We Are Excited about Worship and Hope You Are Too!

Since its organization as a Christian community church in 1938, The Church at Litchfield Park has welcomed individuals from every faith and background into its fellowship.

We learn and grow in our faith through our pastors’ relevant messages, prayer, music, testimony, and communion. Our Sunday morning services are currently at 8:00am, 9:15am, and 10:45am. Our services include a diversity of musical expressions led by members of our Chancel Choir, Handbell Choirs, Worship Team, and a variety of gifted instrumentalists.

To view our worship service please visit our YouTube channel CLP - The Church at Litchfield Park.

Music

Music is a vital part of our worship with opportunities for musicians of all ages and experiences.

The Chancel Choir, directed by Jill Tabata and accompanied by Kathy Drake, presents a variety of styles including sacred anthems, oratorios, classical, gospel, spiritual, popular, and praise songs. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings.

Our Worship Team, led by Amy Burns, includes piano, percussion, electric guitar, bass guitar, soloists, and a worship choir. Rehearsals are on Sunday mornings.

The Heavenly Handbell Choir, under the direction of Bell Master Marilyn Chandler, is for adult ringers with little or no previous handbell or musical experience. Rehearsals are on Wednesday afternoons.

The Carillon Choir, under the direction of Bell Master Marilyn Chandler, is for adult ringers with previous handbell experience who read music easily. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings.

The Children’s Christian Community Choir (4C) for children in K-grade 5, under the direction of Kathy Drake and Ramon Ocaño, is committed to spreading the word and joy of Jesus Christ through music. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings.

Communion

We serve Communion in worship on the first Sunday of each month, and as part of seasonal services. Everyone is welcome to partake of Communion for we believe that the table is not ours, but the Lord’s.