Saturdays at 5:30 pm
Our Saturday Divine Service is late enough in the day for you to do all you want to do on a Saturday morning or afternoon, and at the same time, early enough to still have the entire evening at your disposal—or both! This service is piano-driven with a blend of hymns and contemporary songs. Dress is more casual.
Adult Bible Study and Children/Youth Sunday School at 9:00 am
Sundays at 10:00 am
Our Sunday Divine Service is mostly organ-driven with Lutheran hymns, choirs, handbells, vestments, and feast day processions.
*We call it the Divine Service because in it the Divine – that is God Almighty – comes to us in Word and Sacrament to forgive us, teach us, and bless us. We, in faith and trust, thank and praise him for his blessings to us; cast our cares upon him and seek his grace, mercy, healing, power, and strength for our daily lives. The Divine Service follows the ancient history order of Christian worship. We sing; we stand and sit; we pray, praise, and give thanks; we confess and profess; we listen and learn; we receive the Body and Blood of Christ; we feel a sense of connection with the Church that has gone before us and with the Church triumphant in heaven.
*The Lord’s Supper is currently distributed on the 1st and 3rd Sundays/Saturdays.
*Service and music texts are also on large screens on either side of Altar.
Available at services are:
- pocket sound aids for the hearing impaired
- regular size and large print bulletins
- First-time guests are invited to visit the Welcome Center in the Narthex and pick up your free welcome gift.
- We offer Little Lamb Activity bags for children of all ages. These bags include books, crayons, coloring pages, stickers and other activities.
- We also have a “cry room” located in our Library (just off the sitting area in the Narthex) for parents with babies and toddlers. It is equipped with rocking chairs and a crib. There are windows to see the service and speakers to hear the service.