Two Rivers has a traditional worship experience beginning at 9:30 a.m. offering a time of prayer, reflection and music. The preaching is centered in Scripture and sermons are usually a part of a multi-week series. Very rarely does the service go over 1 hour. We celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of the Month.

You can download one-page sermons or watch worship on our YouTube channel going back to Easter 2020. Sermons and links to worship videos.

Music Ministries

Music is a vital part of worship. While we use mostly traditional hymns in worship, we do so with creativity and passion. Our choir sings every Sunday from Labor Day through Pentecost in the Spring. We also have musical offerings, special concerts, and themed worship celebrations like Beatles Sunday and Jazz Sunday.

Prayer and Bible study

Sunday at 10:30 a.m. – Adult Bible Study in Asbury Parlor (upstairs)

Monday at 12:00 p.m. – Pastor’s study in Epworth Hall (downstairs)

Wednesday at 12:00 p.m. – Online prayer group (Facebook Live or Zoom)

Pulpit Fiction Podcast – Hosted by Pastor Robb McCoy and his friend, Rev. Eric Fistler, this podcast is a weekly Bible study based on the Revised Common Lectionary.

Kids and Youth

We are a part of the Allied Youth group, a partnership between four area churches dedicated to sharing the inclusive love of Christ with all young people. We will have regular events, including a bowling part and lock-in in the fall of 2023. More lock-ins and events are planned for the winter.

AIR Camp is an incredible opportunity from June 16-22 at Little Grassy Camp in southern Illinois. We are hoping to bring a big group from the Two Rivers Youth. There will be fundraising events leading up to the camp to help offset the costs.

Confirmation will begin in August, 2023. Confirmation Sunday is January 7, 2024.

Service and Outreach

For over twenty years, Two Rivers Church has served a Saturday Community Meal at 12:00 p.m. All are welcome to come to this meal, which is served  in Epworth Hall. The doors open at 11:00 a.m. and the meal is served family-style at the round tables. Operation Safety Net is the last Sunday of every month. This is an extra opportunity to receive household goods, clothes, shoes, and other needed items.

In addition to our Saturday Community Meal, there is a Little Free Pantry in the south parking lot, adjacent to 19th Street. The is filled by neighbors and donors. Anyone can take from it at any time: “Take what you need. Leave what you can.”

We partner with World Relief to help immigrants get settled in our community, serve with Family Resources to help families in need, and Young Lions Roar, an after school poetry class. We have partnered with local businesses like Cool Beanz Coffee House, Fleet Feet, the QC Coffee and Pancake House, and Skeleton Key to help our community in need.