CHRISTMAS EVE 5:00 pm, 7:00 pm, 11:00 pm
WEDNESDAY EVENING 2nd CHRISTMAS DAY 6:00 pm Potluck, 7:00 pm Worship Lessons and Carols
We gather to Worship God on Sunday mornings and Wednesday Evenings. Both services focus on the same readings for that week, but with a slightly different focus at the respective services.
Sunday: 8:00 a.m. Brief service of Morning Prayer: an extremely simple service with communion
10:00 a.m. Divine Liturgy of Holy Communion: traditional liturgy with organ.
Wednesday: 7:00 p.m. Sacred Journey, Evening Prayer with Holy Communion: a creative candlelight liturgy
Children, of course, of all ages are encouraged to be in worship. We are committed to creating an environment conducive to families being together in church, including an interactive children’s time, and a drawing station for busy hands.
On Sunday mornings, there is coffee and fellowship at 9:00 a.m. and light coffee reception following the 10:00 a.m. service. During fellowship: Godly Play (Sunday School) and Adult Forum activities are held. There is something for everyone and child care by trained attendants for those small children who need it.
Wednesday Evening we gather for fellowship before worship at 6:00 pm for a potluck supper. You’re invited to come join us.
Morning Prayer: Wednesday and Thursday 9:00 a.m..
Silent Meditation: Tuesday 12:00 pm. Intentional Silence, that focuses on God’s holy presence, the ground of our being is a rare but much needed opportunity. After a brief introduction of spoken and sung prayer, we will spend 20 minutes together in silence. Gather in the front of the sanctuary, bring your own meditation stool/mat, or use a chair provided.
Ordinary Time Worship Schedule
8:00 am Morning Prayer
10:00 am Holy Communion
Godly Play (Sunday School), Adult Forum and Fellowship is at 9:00 am on Sunday
Our Worship Tradition:
As Lutherans, we are a “liturgical” church that worships in the manner that the church has done for centuries. The liturgy – the work of the people – is very traditional, yet our practice is contemporary. Each Sunday’s worship is based on a common lectionary which is used not only by Lutherans but many other churches as well which gives us a sense of common experience with others even though they are not in our building.