We’re looking forward to you joining us on a Sunday morning! What can you expect?
- Friendly people who are genuinely interested in getting to know you
- An engaging message rooted in the Bible and connected to our daily lives
- An open atmosphere filled with light and joy, where hopes, dreams and hard questions are encouraged
How should I dress?
In whatever helps you worship comfortably. You won’t be out of place in jeans and T-shirt, dressy business-wear or anything in between.
Are children welcome in worship?
All kids are encouraged to fully participate in worship, and we also have a professionally-staffed nursery for the littlest ones. If your little one just needs a break, our gathering space is joined to our worship space with full plate-glass windows & from there you can still follow our worship.
What kind of music can I expect?
Our worship is primarily led by organ, grand piano and voices. We sing songs out of a big red book called Evangelical Lutheran Worship but print everything else you need in worship folders. Large print & electronic versions of our worship folders are available. Our music is enriched by thousands of years of traditions, but we’re also always trying new things.
Do you have a choir?
Right now we have a men’s chorus and an adult choir. Individuals of all ages also offer special music, by themselves or in small ensembles, sometimes with instruments, sometimes with their voices, and sometimes both.
Do you celebrate communion?
We celebrate Communion (AKA: The Lord’s Supper or Eucharist) every week, and everyone is welcome. You don’t have to participate, but no one will be turned away. We believe that Jesus shows up in a real and tangible way with the bread, wine and grape juice we share. You or your child can also come forward to receive a blessing instead.
Do you have Sunday school?
We offer an educational hour for both children and adults in between our two worship services at 9:45am. Offerings vary throughout the year, but there is always at least one opportunity for adults and one for children, and anyone is welcome--even if they’re not ready to join us in worship!