Lutheran churches are liturgical. That means we use the liturgy of the Church of the ages to confess our faith in unity with each other and with the whole Christian Church on earth. Our Order of Service is often taken word for word from the Scripture. Some might describe the worship as "traditional" and for some, it may seem foreign, but that's good - it is different than the message of the world. The liturgy is the special activity of the baptized people of God. You learn by participating - being here every week, hearing His Word and receiving His gifts.


      • Sunday 10:30 A.M. Divine Worship

FALL SCHEDULE (Closed December 19th through January 7th!)

      • Sunday 10:30 A.M. Divine Worship

      • Tuesdays 8:00 A.M. Morning Prayer (Hymnal p.235, 20 Minutes)

      • Wednesdays 7:00 P.M. Service of Evening Prayer

      • Fridays 8:00 A.M. Morning Prayer (Hymnal p.235, 20 Minutes)

Communion Statement: The Lord's Supper is administered weekly in accordance with Holy Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions. It is celebrated in confidence that we receive, along with the bread and wine, our Savior's true body and blood, "through and in which we obtain the forgiveness of sins." Besides individually receiving Christ's gifts of forgiveness in this sacrament, all those who commune make a confession of faith as we believe and teach in The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. If you are not a member of an LCMS congregation, we kindly ask that you arrange for a time to speak with the pastor before communing. All are welcome to approach the table for a blessing. To indicate you would like to receive a blessing you may cross your arms as the Pastor approaches.