Worship Services


Worship is the central act of the people of God. At Western Reserve the written word of God and the preached word of God are central to our worship experiences. Each service is designed to help you live out the Christian faith. Our goal is to help you have a clearer understanding of God's purpose for your life.

Western Reserve offers two different worship services each Sunday morning (three during the summer months). Each is designed to appeal to different generations and tastes. While the package may change, the Gospel message remains the same. Holy Communion is served at all services on the first Sunday of each month. All services are handicap accessible.

8:30 am: Outdoor Worship (Memorial Day through Labor Day)

During the summer we have an early traditional service in our Woodland Haven chapel (directly behind the church). In the event of rain, the service is held in the Sanctuary.

9:15 am: T.O.G.G.L.E. (Touch of God Giving Life Eternal)

Our contemporary service is located in the church's fellowship hall. This service began in 2001 and is called T.O.G.G.L.E. It is an acronym for Touch of God Giving Life Eternal. The music is led by the praise team, and the message is delivered by the pastor. Imagines are projected on a large screen to involve all our senses as we praise our perfect Savior, Jesus. The service ends at approximately 10:30. Nursery care is available.

11:00 am: Traditional Worship

Our traditional service is located in the main sanctuary. The music is led by our Choir Director Mark Halls and our outstanding chancel choir. We keep the traditions of the past alive, as we discover what God has for us today. This service lasts approximately one hour. Nursery care is available.

Western Reserve also offers a variety of seasonal services to meet your spiritual needs. Check the calendar page for more information.





WRUMC Sanctuary