Worship & Music



Every Sunday morning at 10:30am
Visitors are welcome at Old Pine services and even expected! Most newcomers to Old Pine are struck by the warmth of the service and the friendliness of the people.

Children and Worship

Children are an essential and vivacious part of our church life. They are part of our church family and so are always invited to fully participate in worship. Children ages 4 through 4th grade join in the early sections of the worship service, including the Lesson for Young Christians–a word with the pastor about the Scripture and message of the day. Then they go with their teachers to Sunday School classes in the Duffield Room, located beneath the sanctuary. They return to the sanctuary whenever the sacraments are celebrated. There is also a professionally staffed nursery for the comfort of infants and toddlers, though parents are encouraged to bring their children, whatever their age, to join the worshiping community.
Old Pine celebrates the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of every month.
Baptism is celebrated on a regular basis. To schedule a baptism, please contact Pastor Jason Ferris.


No matter where you are in your journey of faith, you are welcome here. One recent visitor from Scotland commented, “You are such an impressive church in every way as all churches should be, with such a wonderful atmosphere of love and fun.” As we like to say, “There are no strangers at Old Pine. Only people whose names we don’t yet know.”
We love music at Old Pine. Old Pine’s most famous music director was Louis Redner, who is the composer of the Christmas carol, “O Little Town of Bethlehem.” During the summer of 1998 an historic J. W. Steere Pipe Organ was installed, a wonderful instrument heard in all of our services. We are currently blessed by the leadership of music director Tom Faracco, who leads the choir from September through May. The ensemble consists of approximately twenty gifted volunteers and professional section leaders, who sing a wide variety of repertoire, ranging from Bach Cantatas to gospel music. If you are interested in singing with the choir, or play an instrument, please see Tom at coffee hour or email him for more information.
Although our foundation is excellent choral music, we delight in diversity. Several times a year, we hold jazz services, led by member and musician Warren Cooper. We also welcome contributions from members who perform songs from virtually every genre of music.