Worship and Music
We are a place for people who want to worship. Our worship service time is currently one service at 10:00 a.m. Sundays.
Liturgical worship is a drama, and we are all actors in it. Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday. We follow an order of liturgy - shared words and sung verses - so we all participate. The story is of Jesus revealing God’s love to us through Word and Sacraments. As with God’s love, there are no “conditions.” All are welcome to commune at Christ’s table.
And being Lutheran, music is central to our worship, and singing together is central to our music (And yes, we consider humming a gift too!). We use many different musical styles ranging from songs of the global church in Africa and Latin America, to German chorales that were sung and written by Martin Luther. Our guitar choir makes frequent visits.
Deacon of Music, Scott Knarr is equally comfortable at the Guilbault-Thérien pipe organ and the Yamaha grand piano.
Congregational members also play important parts in leading our worship experience. Lay leadership includes participation as greeters, ushers, readers, assisting ministers, communion assistants, choir members and musicians.
Projection, elevator and other people-friendly building facilities also offer a warm welcome.
And we hope you will visit us soon.