What’s a service like?  What’s the music like?
Our Sunday services are traditional Lutheran liturgies led by our organist.  We often have special music presentations by our choir, handbells, and instrumentalists. Our Saturday service is less formal while still including the components of Lutheran Worship.

What about my kids?
Kids are welcome to attend worship with their parents.

Can I take communion?
The Lord’s Supper is celebrated at Holy Cross on the first and third Sundays, and on festival Sundays.  Lutherans believe that our Lord’s body and blood are truly present “in, with and under” the elements of bread and wine in the Supper and is given to us for the forgiveness of our sins and the strengthening of our faith.  We invite to the Lord’s Table those who have been baptized in the name of the Triune God and who have been instructed and believe in this confession.  If you will not be receiving the sacrament, it is acceptable for you to remain in your pew when your row is invited forward.  If you wish to come forward for a blessing, we ask that you keep your hands folded and your head bowed as a sign that you will not be receiving the elements. Both common cup and individual cup are offered. For those who prefer, we offer non-alcoholic communion wine.  The non-alcoholic white wine is individual cup only and located in the center of the individual cup tray.

Where do I park?
We have ample parking near the rear entrance to the church.  Our handicap parking is near both the front & rear entrances to the church.