He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?
(Micah 6:8 NRSV)
Sunday Mornings: 9:30 AM. Every Sunday is a small celebration of Easter Sunday, the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Join us in-person or (while the pandemic persists) by ZOOM.
Advent and Christmas: Join us for mid-week worship on Wednesday evenings during the weeks leading up to Christmas, and for Christmas Eve worship each December 24.
Lent: Join us on Ash Wednesday to begin the 40-day penitential season of Lent, and each Wednesday evening during Lent for a soup supper and worship service.
Holy Week: We observe the last seven days of Jesus' earthly life beginning with Palm Sunday (the Sunday before Easter), and continuing with the great Three Days, including Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.
Lutheran worship centers upon Word (Scripture, proclamation) and Sacrament (Baptism, Holy Communion). Through Word and Sacrament, we encounter God. Our faith deepens. And we are transformed to live a life in faith through the Holy Spirit. We gather in worship to praise God, and then we are sent out to participate in God's mission to the world.
Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday. Believing in the real presence of Christ, this congregation practices eucharistic hospitality. All baptized persons are welcomed to Communion when visiting this congregation.
In this holy meal, Jesus Christ invites all who trust in his promises to receive the precious gift of his body and blood. You are truly worthy and well-prepared to receive the sacrament if you believe that they are given and shed for you, for the forgiveness of sin.