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Lutheran worship is similar in many ways to other mainline Protestant church bodies. When the Protestant Reformation occurred in the 1500’s, many elements of the Roman Catholic Mass made their way into different denominations. Our church uses a type of worship that follows a format known as “liturgy.” The word liturgy means a public type of service. Therefore, most churches follow some type of liturgy or order of service.
As you look over this list, notice the places that God is coming to us with His grace (forgiveness, Scripture readings, sermon, the Lord’s Supper) while our praise and sacrifices go to Him (confession, prayers, offering, and singing songs) – this is the true rhythm of worship.
Sunday Worship Service at
8:30am & 11:00am
Adult Bible Study /
Youth "Ascending in Christ"
Education Hour at 9:45am
Every Friday night at 7pm Children and teenage "Sunday School" during adult service
1st & 3rd Sunday ... 8:30am Service
2nd & 4th Sunday ... 11:00am Service
any 5th Sunday ... no Communion