LENTEN WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
We will employ "Setting 5, " from our red “Evangelical Lutheran Worship” hymnal at the 8am service and “Setting 5,” from our blue “With One Voice” hymnal at the 10:45am service.
Midweek Lenten Worship - 7:00 pm
For our Wednesday evening service, we will be introducing and employing the Evening Prayer vespers service, which is found in the ELW.
We invite you to join us as we leave the hustle and bustle of the world behind and contemplate what the Passion of Christ means for us.
REGULAR WORSHIP SCHEDULE (September through May)
5:30 pm Saturday
An informal service in our lounge.
8:00 am Sunday
Traditional worship service in the sanctuary with hymns, organ & choir.
8:30 am Sunday
Radio Broadcast on WHVR 1280AM
9:30 am Sunday
Short on time? Try our Brief Service of Word and Prayer based on the Gospels. This is a 1/2 hour service without music for our hurried, harried families & others.
God still has time for you, at 9:30 in a pew!
8:00 am – Worship on the lawn.
The style of worship of "less formal".
Bring your own lawn chair. (Chairs will be available if you forget to bring your own)
If the weather is inclement we will move indoors - the service will not be cancelled.
Holy Communion celebrated each Sunday.
9:30 am – Worship in the sanctuary.
Holy Communion is celebrated each Sunday.
There is an expanded children’s time after the children’s sermon when the children leave the
worship service for some edifying activity. The activities are planned for children from age 4
through Grade 5. Younger children are welcome with an adult supervisor.
The children will return to worship in time for Holy Communion.
Saturday at 5:30 pm – Worship in the lounge.
Our regular 5:30 pm worship time continues in the summer.
Four different worship teams lead the worship on a rotating basis.
Holy Communion is celebrated each week.
During the summer schedule, it has been routine to offer a children's time during the 9:30 service. The children will attend a children's sermon with the pastor, then proceed with a member of the youth group or adult to work on a project during the pastor's meditation. The children then return to the congregation prior to communion. The Christian Education committee is looking for interested individuals to help lead the children in the project during this 'children's time'. There is a sign up sheet on the bulletin board across from Pastor Bob’s office.
For parking and other courtesy information, visit our Worship Page.
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