Informal Worship

Every Sunday at 8:30 am we gather in the Sanctuary for worship that is natural and laid back. Become a part of something bigger, and come join us here at Moody.


What is informal worship?

Informal worship draws on the experience of the American church as it spread during the 1800s. Sometimes called "camp meeting" style, there is little ritual and no high church liturgy. We lift our voices in praise as we sing the old-time favorite hymns of the church. There is a time for the congregation to select hymns during an old-fashioned hymn-sing. Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday in an informal style. We all join hands at the end of the service as we go out to serve God and our community.


How do people dress for service?

People typically dress casually. We’re on the island, so dressing up is not necessary! Wear what you want as long as it’s family and church appropriate.

does this service offer communion

Yes! We have Communion every Sunday at our Informal Service.

is childcare available during service

Yes! Children ages 0-5 have programming in the nursery, which is accessible via the Atrium. Children ages 6 and up get to worship with their families in one of our four services.There are activity packs available at the service entrances to help engage your child during worship. All children are welcome to worship with us. If your child cries, don’t sweat it. At Moody, kids are invited to be kids and to participate in all the ways they know how.

Other services

Check out our other services and see what service best aligns with you.

Traditional Worship

Sundays at 11:00 am

Traditional Worship

Every Sunday at 11:00 am we gather in the Sanctuary for worship that is steeped
in the liturgy and rites of
the ancient church.

Modern Worship

Sundays at 11:00 am

Spanish Service

Sundays at 11:00 am

Spanish Worship

Every Sunday at 11:00 am we gather in the Fellowship Hall to share the Word of God in Spanish with celebration of the sacraments, biblical readings, songs of praise, intercessory prayer, and thanksgiving.