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We are pleased to welcome you at any of our services and Sunday School. The below schedule will give you a better idea of the different types of worship opportunities available each Sunday.

Children of all ages are welcome at any of our services, but if you so choose, a nursery is available during all services and Sunday School for children under 3.


8 a.m. Traditional Lutheran Worship Service

Our first service of the day is held in the beautiful sanctuary, which dates back to 1899 and features pews, stained glass windows, and a “crying room” at the back if small children get a bit fussy.

Led by Pastor Williams, this service follows the traditional Lutheran liturgy, and Holy Communion is offered every Sunday.

In between: Join us for coffee and cookies in the lobby.

9:15 a.m. Celebration of Praise Service

Our second service of the day is held in the Family Life Center, a large open room with chairs and a more casual atmosphere.

This service is a more contemporary take on Lutheran worship. Led by Pastor Williams and a praise band, this is your chance to embrace modern worship music complete with guitar, drums, and keyboard. Holy communion is offered every Sunday. Sunday School is offered during this service.

In Between: Join us for coffee and cookies in the lobby.

10:30 a.m. Traditional Lutheran Liturgy

If you like a mix of old and new, this service in the sanctuary is for you. We sing the traditional hymns, but our liturgy is changed up with a more contemporary feel.

Led by Pastor Williams, communion is offered every Sunday. Sunday school is offered during this service.


Sunday School


Offered during the 9:15 a.m. worship hours, Sunday School classes are for adults and children ages 3 and older to learn more about their faith and connect with other followers. Our children’s classes feature crafts, songs, and Bible stories, while our adult classes delve into the books of the Bible and discuss issues of the Christian faith.