Feel welcomed to join us as we gather at 11am each Sunday


When you worship at Seventh Street Christian Church, you will experience a welcoming environment that accepts all people just as they are! Worship is an intersection of traditional worship (hymns, prayers, communion) infused with a refreshing approach that allows for a modern application.

While we worshiped fully online during the pandemic, we learned some things about how to engage more fully with God and with each other. We have brought those lessons back when we worship in person.

  1. While online worship wasn’t perfect, there was an intimacy as we saw each other’s faces, instead of the backs of heads. In response, we removed several pews and set up chairs to cultivate more community. We invite you to sit up close to fully connect in worship.
  2. Communion is central in the Disciples of Christ tradition, so you will notice the Communion Table is now more centrally located to everyone.
  3. We project those who are joining us online in worship. We want everyone to feel seen and welcomed.
  4. Don’t worry about what to wear, just be comfortable.

As you discern if returning to in person worship is right for you, note our protocols:


As the practice of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), SSCC observes weekly communion and everyone is welcome to the table. Taking the example of Jesus’ radical hospitality, we practice an open communion table – so no matter who you are, where you are from or where you are on your spiritual journey, you are invited to partake in communion.

Children in Worship

Bring your kids! Don’t worry about the noise – they are WELCOME in Worship! There is designated family space, equipped with books, pillows and other engaging activities. The space also allows for extra room for strollers, bags, and ...children!