Worship and the Arts
“Worship is at the very heart of the church’s life. All that the church is and does is rooted in its worship. The community of faith, gathered in response to God’s call, is formed in its worship. Worship is the principal influence that shapes our faith, and is the most visible way we express the faith.”
– The Book of Common Worship
Sunday mornings at Hudson are important: Worship is where we re-focus our lives on God in Jesus Christ. Through praise, confession, listening to the stories of our faith and responding to these stories with our gifts, we prepare for the week ahead of us. In worship we remember who we are and to whom we belong. Services are inter-generational: Young and old: children, youth and adults. We celebrate the diversity of the body of Christ and know we are a better picture of the Christian body when that diversity worships together!
Sunday Morning Schedule
As we emerge out of the pandemic the Hudson congregation has returned to in-person sanctuary worship every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. There is no longer a need to RSVP and we have no attendance limits in the sanctuary. Presently the leadership of the church (the Session) is requiring that we still wear masks in the building and in the sanctuary.
For those who are unwell, out of town or unable to attend worship, we now live-stream our services. These live streamed services are recorded and are archived and available on the church YouTube channel. You can find them by clicking here.