Welcome to worship at Foundry. We are a reconciling congregation and an accessible congregation campaign member. In short, we are diverse, inclusive and we welcome all people and affirm their spiritual journey.
We are called by God to deepen faith through transcendent worship. We count it a blessing to offer two worship experiences. You are invited to come and worship with us anytime. Additionally, our Chapel is available for personal reflection and prayer whenever the church is open.
Sunday, 9:00 AM
Gospel & Contemporary Worship
A celebration through energetic praise
The Sunday 9:00 morning service offers an uplifting, engaging and inspiring worship experience. Accompanied by our Yamaha concert grand piano and guest musicians, the praise team, the Gospel Choir, sing a blend of gospel, folk, spirituals and contemporary worship songs. The sanctuary fills with energy through singing, praying and the pastor’s message is biblically-based teaching relevant for today’s culture.
Sunday, 11:15 AM
A contemplative experience of spirit-filled praise
The Sunday 11:15 AM service embraces a blend of classical anthems, traditional hymns, gospel and spirituals, accompanied by our 60-rank Casavant Frères Pipe Organ. The service is often enhanced by orchestral and jazz instrumentation. Rich in tradition, this service features the Chancel Choir and liturgies. The Pastor’s message is biblically based bringing the ancient text to active engagement. The 11:15 AM service is American Sign Language interpreted every Sunday mornning.
Both Morning Services
Both services include a children’s message and Foundry’s Youth Choir and Children’s Choir also contribute to our worship experience on a regular basis. The participation of children is cherished and celebrated. Hearing assisted devices are available at the audio console. Childcare is provided.
Communion is held at both services on the first Sunday of every month. The service for the joining of new members is held at least twice a year (contact email@example.com for more information). Baptisms are done typically the fourth Sunday of the month, but we do try to accommodate the wishes of parents.