We are a Lutheran church that upholds our traditional history as well as being ever-reforming.
Our worship is liturgical, which means we follow an order of service that is biblical and purposeful.
We open the service with music and a prayer of the day, there is a time of confession in which we all acknowledge our need for Christ's forgiveness, a variety of scripture is read, there is a message, and offering, prayers and singing is interspersed throughout the service before we are sent back into the world to be God's agents of grace to others.
Even though one service is traditional and one service is contemporary on Sunday morning, at both you can either follow the service in the bulletin from the page references listed or you can follow the service on the screens.
Thursday worship is relaxed and everything is printed to follow along the abbreviated liturgy in the bulletin; screens are not used.
When our worship services meet.