This page provides information on our recurring daily and weekly worship opportunities as well as information regarding any upcoming special worship events.
We regularly worship throughout our lives and worship together on Sunday mornings.
8:00 AM - "Service of the Word" Worship in the Sanctuary. An intimate and fairly informal service focused on the lessons, gospels, sermon, and liturgy with little hymnody (singing).
9:00 AM - Coffee Hour and Bible Study / Christian Education
10:00 AM - "Worship Together" in Charter Hall - a unique worship opportunity for all ages focusing on familiarizing participants with a life lesson from scripture in a multi-media, personal, and inter-active worship process. A great place for the unchurched to start their journey. Here is a lesson sample. And a look "backstage"
11:00 AM - "Traditional Worship" in the Sanctuary - the most formal and traditional of the three services, this service includes a liturgical style familiar to most visiting and returning lutherans (and not unfamiliar to many Christ based faiths). Traditional and Contemporary worship music with a choir are a unique feature of this service. A great place for returning and / or visiting Christians who like a more traditional service. Click here for a sample sermon and/or click on the one found on the "Home" tab.
Churched/un-churched, Christian / Christ curious, all are welcome.Daily Worship:
Christ In Our Home: A daily devotional booklet to assist with daily practices. Copies are available in the narthex (front of the sanctuary building).
Praying the Hours: This practice involves engaging in devotional and praise experiences several times a day (usually 4 to 7) at predetermined periods in the day. This practice in ancient and supplements corporate worship. The general structure of the 9 to 12 minute experiences is consistent asking God to be with us in the experience, giving thanks to God, reading God's word, offering a song of thanksgiving, requesting God intercede on behalf of others, and offering final prayer. Several books exist guiding this ancient practice. Continuing the practice helps to ensure that praise is continually being offered to God somewhere in the world .