Pilgrim’s worship services, held every Sunday at 10:30 am, are “traditional” in nature. Some have claimed that they are even somewhat “high church,” as one would find in the Episcopal, Catholic, or Orthodox churches. This is true, in the sense that we take Scripture seriously (though not literally), have a deep reverence for the sacraments (we recognize two: baptism and Holy Communion), and strive for spiritual edification through prayer and praise. It is not true, in the sense that we do not do everything mechanically or by rote. There is a sense of spontaneity that pervades our worship. Our God is a living God. How could we not make room for the Holy Spirit in our worship!