Our worship gatherings are a time for us as the Church to come together as a community, encounter God, respond to Him, connect with each other, and embrace the story we're a part of. And it's for that reason that we place an important emphasis on hospitality, worship, God's Word, baptism and communion, and the commission God's called us to.
It all begins and ends with Jesus… it's because of Him that we gather as the Church to be a reflection of who He is here on the earth. To that end, we worship Him loudly (with singing) and we speak with Him softly (through prayer). We stand and declare what we believe (speaking the creeds) and we sit and hear directly from God (through the teaching of His Word). Through Baptism and Communion, we receive the forgiveness of sins, we are rescued from death, and salvation is received. We are then sent to go out into our community, near and far, to make Jesus known to others.
Whenever there is a fifth Sunday in the month, ALL THREE of our weekend services join to worship together as ONE on Sunday morning at 10:00 am. In 2018 this will happen on September 30 and December 30. In 2019 this will happen on March 31, June 30, September 29 and December 29.
SATURDAY . . . 6:00PM WORSHIP
SUNDAY . . . 8:00 AM WORSHIP
Both the Saturday 6pm and Sunday 8am worship gatherings follow the Missouri Synod liturgies (worship forms) from the hymnal. Hymns for worshiping are accompanied by the organ, and/or other instruments.
SUNDAY . . . 10:30 AM WORSHIP
The 10:30am worship gathering combines hymns and traditional liturgies with non-traditional worship teams and modern songs.