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)
****We gather for worship online (check out the videos tab on this website!) so long as the risk for COVID-19 disease transmission is RED/Critical or ORANGE/High, in accordance with public health guidelines and synodical counsel****. Fellowship with coffee and treats follows the worship service. There are a few special services that are held every year in addition to the Sunday Service, including (but not limited to):
Mid-Week Holy Communion Service by ZOOM: While the pandemic keeps us from gathering in person, we meet by ZOOM the second Wednesday of each month at 7 PM for a brief service of Holy Communion and prayer.
Christmas Eve Service: always held on Christmas Eve in the evening.
Good Friday Service: held the Friday prior to Easter Sunday.
Lenten Services: midweek services held during the weeks leading up to Easter.
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.