Worship Service Times

As a member of the Lutheran Church, which has a history of almost 500 years starting with Martin Luther, we are united through faith in Jesus Christ. We express this faith through praise and thanksgiving with different worship styles. The sacrament of Holy Communion is celebrate on the first, third and fifth Sundays of the month at all worship times.

Saturdays at 6:00 pm

This is a relaxed and still reverent liturgical Lutheran worship service featuring hymns with organ and choral music on the fourth Sunday weekend of the month. Although this is our smallest worship service in terms of attendance, that intimacy is often the factor that attracts our worshipers to this service.

Sundays at 8:30 am

This is our most traditional of Lutheran worship services featuring hymns with an organ and choral music on communion Sundays. If you grew up in the Lutheran Church, this service will be the most familiar to you. If you didn’t grow up in the Lutheran Church, this service will give you the timeless appreciation of the beauty of the liturgy and the assurance that the words that we say have been part of the worship experience for centuries.

Sundays at 11:00 am

This informal worship service is what we come to define as our Contemporary Service. A praise band with amazingly talented musicians lead the congregation in heartfelt songs of praise and worship with an edge. We blend some of the liturgy in this service (we are, after all, Lutherans) but we kick it up a notch with powerful music and maybe even a traditional hymn with a new take.

For Families With Children

Children of all ages are welcome at any worship service.  Take home kid’s kits are available for kid’s of all ages at the information table at the back of the church.