Our worship services at Ebenezer are designed to reflect the nature of our relationship with God. Worship is a special time of meeting and fellowship between him as our God and us as his people. Since God, in his amazing love, established a covenant between himself and us, we believe that God himself calls us to begin our week by worshiping him.
God has given us the gift of salvation and sent his son, Jesus Christ, to save us from our sins. When we join together to worship him, we come before him with humility, thankfulness and joy.
The entire worship service is structured as a dialogue between God and his people: he speaks to us through the reading of his Word and the preaching, and in return we respond to him by praying and singing. Everyone at Ebenezer, both young and old, is invited to joyfully participate in worship twice every Sunday.
While Jesus was on earth, he instituted two sacraments, Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. The sacrament of Baptism is administered to infants shortly after birth and to new believers. The Lord’s Supper is celebrated every other month. Burlington Ebenezer invites admitted guests and all adult members of the congregation who have publicly professed their faith to celebrate the Lord’s Supper.