Are you looking for an environment to explore God and faith? Join us Sunday morning for an online worship service that draws people from all backgrounds.
We meet Sundays from 10:00-11:15am to sing, pray, and study God’s Word.
You’re invited to explore God with us. We look forward to seeing you!
About Our New Senior Pastor
Following a five-year search process, The Moody Church congregation hired their next Senior Pastor, Philip Miller, formerly of Westwood Baptist Church in Olympia, WA, via a Zoom meeting on March 29. Pastor Philip, the 17th Senior Pastor of the oldest historic megachurch still in operation in the US today, begins preaching a series on Sunday July 5 titled Mercies in the Shadows, focusing on the practice of lament in the book of Ruth and addressing the season of unrest gripping in our nation. He succeeds former Senior Pastor Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer—widely known for his nationally syndicated radio program, Running to Win—who served at the church for over 36 years. Since Dr. Lutzer’s retirement in 2015, Dr. Ed Stetzer, Executive Director of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, has served faithfully as Interim Teaching Pastor.
For more information about Pastor Philip and his family, please click here.
Current Series: Begins July 5
In this season of quarantine, every one of us has lost something: a sense of normalcy, a job, a loved one. And we’re grieving—as a city, as a nation, as a world. In the book of Ruth, we find two women whose worlds are shattered by loss. They don’t know how to pick up the pieces and get back to normal.
But it is in these deep shadows that they discover God‘s redeeming mercies. Grief can turn us bitter and hard, or it can make us wise and tender. The outcome hinges on what we do with God‘s mercies in the shadows.
Join Senior Pastor Philip Miller as he begins his first sermon series at The Moody Church, Mercies in the Shadows, on Sunday July 5.
What To Expect For Online Worship
Every Sunday, thousands gather online for music, Scripture, and a message from the Bible intended to bring about transformation in our lives. We are, in effect, preparing ourselves to be ambassadors for Christ in the world. The morning service typically lasts 75 minutes.
If this is your first experience at The Moody Church, here’s what you can expect over the next hour and fifteen minutes:
- We sing of God’s grace and faithfulness
- We seek the Lord in prayer as a church family
- We worship Him through our offerings
- We learn from God’s Word, led by one of our teaching pastors.
We come to church to worship God, so modest dress is appropriate. However, all styles are welcome, and you’ll see people wearing anything from jeans to suits. Come as you are!
We at The Moody Church recognize that our spiritual journey is done as a community and involves every stage of life. There’s something for everyone here.
We recommend that you take the next steps to get involved by filling out an Online Connect Card. Someone from our church will be in touch to help you get connected to our ministries.
Our normal practice is to serve communion on the first Sunday of each month. We welcome all who profess the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior to receive communion—you do not need to be a member of The Moody Church to participate.
In order to include as many people as possible in the communion ordinance, we serve gluten-free matzo (free of most allergens) and 100% grape juice. A certified allergen-free option is also available. Detailed information about the elements can be downloaded here.
Every Sunday morning, Prayer Partners are available to pray for any of your needs. During our live stream, the best way to submit a prayer request is via the chat thread or via the Online Connect Card.