Worship at Beulah
Beulah offers two styles of worship each Sunday, with the same sermon and themes at each service. Opportunites for spiritual growth and building relationships through Christian education are available for all ages between the two services.
When you visit, please sign the Friendship Register and provide a way for us to contact you. We'd like to send you a welcome letter and invite you to learn more about ways we can help you in your faith journey.
Here's how to contact our Pastor, Rev. Dr. Cynthia Reyes Fillmore
412-242-4570, ext 12 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beulah's Worship Practices
Worship is at the very heart of the Church's life. All that the church is and does is rooted in 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.
Follow this link to learn more about the specific elements we include in both of our services, regardless of worship style.
Reach Out Services
Special "Reach Out" worship services are offered several times during the year. The congregation comes together at 11:00 am for one combined service with a blended worship style when there is a special theme, certain holidays, or a congregational meeting. Please check the calendar, newsletter, and news pages for announcements about combined service dates.
Revolution Contemporary Service - 8:30 am
Traditional Worship Service - 11:00 am
The slide show above provides a glimpse of our traditional worship setting. The Sanctuary Choir under the direction of Bill Larson, Choir Director/Organist, are a regular part of worship at 11:00. Chancel Bells and Embellishments bell choirs also participate in worship and guest musicians join us for special occasions. Our worship videos are available to view on our YouTube channel.
McCrady Road Praise Band
"Revolution" is a contemporary style worship in a comfortable, family-friendly environment, with Kelly Miskis, Revolution Worship Leader, and the band McCrady Road. All ages worship together. The sermon is preached in a more informal style and children are free to stretch their legs or find a pillow to sit on the floor.