The unique atmosphere of each of Corinth’s services offers a variety of worship experiences, each one being Christ-centered and aimed at bringing glory to God. When you come to worship with us, wear whatever style of clothing makes you comfortable (each week you’ll see people in suits and people in jeans) and sit wherever you like.

Sonrise Worship


8:30am in the Sanctuary

The 8:30 Sonrise Service is a relaxed, reverent atmosphere with Bible-centered preaching. A typical service opens with two contemporary worship songs (led by a praise team with guitars and piano), continues with a children’s message, scripture reading and sermon by Pastor Paul and Pastor Bob, and concludes with a hymn (accompanied by the organ).


11:00am in the Sanctuary

The Traditional Worship Service is conducted in the Reformed Classical worship style with Bible-centered preaching. A typical service includes several hymns (accompanied by the organ), a scripture reading, a children’s message, a sermon by Pastor Bob, the Apostles’ Creed, the Lord’s Prayer, and an offering. A variety of special music is occasionally included in this worship service.


11:00am in Bost Memorial Hall

The Contemporary Worship Service is characterized by Bible-centered preaching and enthusiastic praise and worship in an informal atmosphere. A typical service opens with three contemporary worship songs (led by a full praise band), an offering, a scripture reading, a sermon by Pastor Paul, and a final worship song.

Big City Worship


11:00am in Abernethy Student Center

Meaningful, energetic and Christ-centered worship experiences await the Corinth children from kindergarten through 5th grade every Sunday morning. Children have an opportunity to learn Biblical truths at an age-appropriate level as well as participating in lively worship as they learn elements of contemporary and traditional worship services.