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Worship celebrates, sustains, and strengthens our relationship with God. We gather together in worship to receive His gifts . . . the Bible, Baptism, and the Lord's Supper. God the Holy Spirit works through these worship gifts to transform our lives. We respond to these gifts during worship by singing, speaking, listening, giving, and reflecting. We respond to these gifts after departing from our worship time together by bringing glory to God and serving other people. Thus, the God who gives to us in worship now gives through us as we seek to make a Christ-like difference in His world.
Soli Deo Gloria!
With a history ranging from jazzed, classic hymns to praise songs, and the best of the most current worship songs, this contemporary service offers varied types of worship using forms which are faithful to Scripture, true to our confessions of faith, and open to the best of the old and the new, as the Lord comes to us in His Word and Sacraments. These services are typically led by one of our Worship Teams, who will encourage you to praise our Great & Glorious God with bold singing and maybe even some clapping. See you there!
This “traditional celebration” service most often follows the historic liturgies found in the Lutheran Service Book (LSB), with near exclusive use of LSB hymns and the organ to lead worship. Our summer choir and soloists help to enhance the service. We hope you’ll join us!
During Memorial Day through Labor Day, we have only one Sunday service. During the rest of the year, we have two services at 8:15 & 10:30 a.m.
This service uses a simplified order of worship with great songs and hymns of the Church that can be sung well by our smaller crowd. Piano and organ help lead you to praise and worship Him, and occasionally our school children and guest ensembles assist to proclaim God for who He is, and what He has done for us. If you are away for the weekend, we pray you’ll join us on Monday!
Holy Communion is served on the 1st, 3rd and 5th weekends of every month.