When we at Whidbey Presbyterian Church gather to worship our God, we come together as the Body of Christ - as a family joined and knit together in Christ. When you join us, you will see that like all families, we have young and old, long- time believers and those new to the faith; we have guitar and organ, praise and hymns; you’re welcome in jeans and T-shirt or shirt and tie. Like all families, you will find people who think differently and disagree, but we choose to love each other despite our differences because of the unity we have in Christ.
We are not a place where you have to fit a mold, be perfect, or subscribe to a list of 12 essential beliefs. The only requirement is your recognition of your need for a savior. We don’t see ourselves as a “holy huddle” but as one beggar showing another where to find the bread of life. Welcome.
We have two worship services at 9 am and 11 am. If there is a 5th Sunday in the month (like April 29, July 29) we will have one service at 10 am. Babies are always welcome in our services. A room with a view of the service is located at the back of the sanctuary and is available for your use should you want to step out of the service. During all worship services, child care is available for children 3 months to 3 years and an usher will direct you to the nursery.
The Sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month and at other appropriate seasonal services throughout the year.
Through our Hearing Loop System, we provide hearing assistance to our members and visitors who have challenges hearing well during worship services. To access this system, you can use one of the personal receivers provided near the front entrance of the church, or if you have hearing aids that have a telecoil installed, simply turn on the telecoil setting for direct access to the church audio system.