Christian worship joyfully assigns all praise and honor, glory and power to the Triune God.  In worship, we acknowledge that God is present in the world and in our lives.  As we respond to God’s claim and redeeming love  in Jesus Christ, we are transformed and renewed.  In worship, we offer oursleves to God and are equipped for God’s service in the world.


Sunday morning worship at Cherry Hill is a traditional service with organ, hymns, prayer,  and sermon. We celebrate the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of the month. Special worship services are scheduled during Advent and Christmas, and also during Lent and Easter.

WORSHIP ARCHIVE  Access recent worship services here.   Audio versions of Sunday worship services will be available for two weeks after the service date.  Get what you may have missed on Sunday!


April 8                  The King Lives, Baby! – John 20: 19-31

April 15                 We Had Hoped … We Had Hoped – Luke 24: 13-35

April 22                 Excuses, Excuses! Genesis 3: 1-13, Luke 14: 15-23

April 29                  The Prayers of the Fitzroy Street Methodist Church                                                 Philippians 4: 4-7, Matthew 6: 7-14, 25-33

May 6                      Some Common Sense About Communion                                                                                        1 Corinthians 11: 17-34

May 13                    Is This Goodbye? – Acts 1: 1-14

May 20                    Pentecost – No Longer Orphans                                                                                           Acts 2: 1-13, John 14: 15-18

May 27                    What You Wouldn’t Do For Love – John 15: 12-17

June 3                     Happiness is Doing What You Supposed to Do                                                                                   Jeremiah 1: 4-10


WEDNESDAY EVENING WORSHIP   Join for our midweek worship services which are held in the chapel on Wednesday evenings beginning at 7:00 p.m. These thirty-minute worship services which will include singing, prayers, a brief meditation, and communion, will offer a more intimate worship experience in the midst of our hectic lives.