We’re glad you’re Here
What is the Worship Service Like?
God promises that when people gather in His name, He is present with them (Matthew 18:20). We believe this means that God shows up in a way to forgive us our sins and to bring us His Word. This unique time to hear God's Word and to receive His gifts is called the Divine Service, since God is the one who acts in the service.
Therefore, our services are far from boring. God comes to us in a powerful and meaningful way. The music is passionate and the sermons are engaging.
Where Do Kids Go?
We encourage children to sit with their parents in the church service since the parents model worship and the faith to their children (Deuteronomy 6:7). However, small children can get a little restless, so we have a nursery that is located by our Fellowship Hall. Ask an usher or greeter to help you find the nursery and they will gladly show you around.
We also have Sunday School for all ages during the school year at 9:30am.
What Are Your Beliefs?
We are a member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. The LCMS is a denomination that is faithful to God's Word by our confession of Christ and by carrying out deeds of mercy to those in need.
Do I Have to Give an Offering?
If you’re visiting with us, we don’t want you to feel obligated. We are glad that you are here. You are welcome to give financially when the offering plate is passed, but this is a spiritual act of worship for our members.
Can I Take Communion?
Along with the historic Church, our church teaches that not only is bread and wine present in communion, but it is also the true body and blood of Jesus for the forgiveness of sins (Matthew 26:28-28; 1 Corinthians 10:16; 11:29).
If you believe that communion is the true body and blood of Christ and are repentant of your sins, we welcome you to our table. If you have any questions, please speak with Pastor David.
Want to learn more about our congregation? Email us or schedule an appointment with Pastor David.
Do you have more questions? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions Page