- Traditional worship at 8:30, 9:30 and 11:00
- Anglican-Style Worship in the chapel at 8:30 and 11:00
- Contemporary worship in Wesley Hall at 9:30 and 11:00
- preceeded by Early Morning Gospel Hour in the same hall at 8:30
- and finally, Kerygma: A Teaching Service in the Great Hall at 11:00.
So, at HPUMC, you can be a traditional Methodist, a Angl0-Methodist, a hip Methodist, an old-time Methodist or a Bible school Methodist--or you can mix and match. The "Kerygma" class is designed to address hard-hitting issues, such as: "Was Jesus a disciple of John the Baptist?" Or "Did Jesus really perform miracles?" Or "Did Jesus provoke his own death?"
My point is this: considering the wealth of the Highland Park neighborhood, is it not odd that they offer merely 5 options for worship. Doesn't this seem, well, just a bit pedestrian? Surely their Marketing Department could offer the discriminating HP Methodist a few more choices, don't you think? Any suggestions?