A blended worship service is offered at each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. featuring a variety of worship experiences, including drama, traditional worship and contemporary styles. Although some of the traditional Lutheran liturgy is omitted, main elements of Lutheran worship including lessons, sermons and communion are included. A fully appointed Quiet Room is available for parents with children who might need a stretch. In this room, a window is open to the worship space and sound is provided. A Coffee Fellowship follows the service.
On Sunday mornings, we have different styles of music in our worship. Although we do use Lutheran Liturgy in our service, it is easy to sing very user friendly. All of our hymn music for Sundays is intentionally chosen to be sing-able by the congregation, and uplifting, beautiful praise to the Lord. We incorporate a variety of hymnals in our selections – from the green LBW, to the new red ELW hymn book, the With One Voice hymnal, the Worship and Praise hymnal and others.
The Senior Adult Choir is open to anyone high school age and above. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday at 6:30 pm in the Choir Room at the church. It is helpful if you can read music, but not required. If you love to sing, please join us!.
Our chime choir meets on Thursday at 4:00 pm and participates in most worship services. A new chime set and dedicated volunteers provide us with a wonderful addition to our worship experience.
1 Peter 4:9 Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling.
Youth have an opportunity to get involved in ministries through Sunday School, First Communion, Confirmation, Confirmation retreat, Souper Bowl of Caring, ELCA Youth Conventions, participating in morning worship and other activities.
The many ministries of the church offer members many ways to serve. Worship, Youth, Fellowship, Counters, Church Council, committee members, nursery attendant and memorial garden maintenance are just some of the volunteer ministries.
LIVING LUTHERAN is the monthly magazine of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). We are a church that values and encourages diverse voices and lively dialogue in our faith and life. LIVING LUTHERAN is an opportunity for church members to express individual perspectives, and does not necessarily reflect official positions of the ELCA.