Traditional Worship Style – follows the traditional order of service found in the new ELCA hymnal, Evangelical Lutheran Worship, and is accompanied by the choir (except during the Summer), organ and piano. Worship includes scripture readings, prayers, Holy Communion, and messages for all ages (including children’s sermons). Special attention is given to church seasons and settings. Services include time-honored hymns accompanied by the vibrant sounds of our pipe organ.
Informal Worship Style – is an informal liturgical pattern that includes contemporary sacred music led by the varied talents of church members with piano, instruments (when available) and voice. Worship includes scripture readings, prayers, Holy Communion, and messages for all ages (including children’s sermons) in a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.
Informal worship makes use of the sanctuary’s “big screen” that provides enhancement and guidance for the worship experience.
Summer Style – During the Summer when we have one service only on Sundays, there are both Traditional and Informal styles offered, but not on an alternating basis.
Special “one-service-only” Sundays – From September – May there are several Sundays with only one worship service. These include: 10:00am > Sundays in the Christmas Season (between December 25 – January 6) 9:30am > Annual Meeting Sunday (last Sunday in January)