Worship is the center of Christian life, and it is the center of Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church. Our greatest joy and delight is to worship the triune God, for there is no one who is more worthy of our love and adoration than the God who has revealed himself to us in Jesus Christ, and who has come to dwell in us through the Holy Spirit. We are never more aware of who we are, whose we are, what our purpose is, and what our destiny is than when we worship God. Although our motivation in worshipping God should not be selfish in any way, we are blessed immeasurably when we do it.
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Worship and communion opportunities
Normal Sunday worship is 10:30 a.m.
Because Masters Tournament does not coincide with Easter week in 2013, only one Easter service this year, 10:30 a.m., sanctuary, brass choir, organ, choir, congregational singing, preaching, Christ the Lord is Risen Today!
A Children's Church ministry is offered at 10:30 a.m. worship hour.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper is typically observed every first Sunday of the month.
Prayers for Healing and Wholeness service normally takes place in the chapel Wednesdays, noon. It is a meaningful time of contemplative worship, prayer and communion.