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About Our Services

Traditional Service, Sundays at 8:30 am


Our early morning service follows a format that uses the Liturgy of the Lutheran Missouri Synod that typically includes the Invocation, Confession and Absolution, Hymns of Praise, The Word of God readings from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, Readings from The Gospel, The Sermon, The Creed, The Offertory, Prayers, Distribution of the Elements (Communion occurs at this service the first two Sundays of the month) and the Benediction. Sermon Themes generally follow the Lutheran Church Calendar. Hymns generally come from the Lutheran Service Book (LSB). The Choir typically attends this service and leads the congregation in song.

 

Blended Service, Sundays at 11:00am


Our late morning service is like the first service but differs in the music that is played and sung. The song choices are more contemporary and are licensed for use by CCLI. Church musicians are featured often using woodwind and stringed instruments and may include percussion and digital instruments. Soloists will lead the congregation in song.

(Communion occurs at this service the third and fourth Sundays of the month)




Service Times

Sundays

Traditional Service 8:30 A.M.
Blended Service 11:00 A.M.
Adult Bible Class/Sunday School 9:45 A.M.

1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month

Prayer Service 10:30am


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Life Quote for Sunday, May 5, 2024 

Surprise pregnancy does involve difficulties too great for our abilities. Terminal diagnosis indeed comes with insurmountable obstacles. Taking life-and-death matters into one’s own hands only compounds the problems. Instead, trust the Son of God to overcome and deliver out of every threat (1 John 5:4). Cry out to Jesus in repentance and prayer, for the Father above will not fail to supply immediate and eternal salvation (John 15:16).