10:30 am - Worship Service with Holy Communion
Holy Communion is a means of grace through which the crucified and risen Christ awakens faith, saves, forgives, unites, gives life, comforts and strengthens God's people for the work to which they are called in the world. We are committed to Eucharistic hospitality. Baptized persons of Lutheran and other Christian faith communities are welcome at the Lord's table.
We value the presence of children among us.
If you should feel that your child needs a time-out, you may wish to use the cry room at the back of our worship space or our unsupervised nursery which is located through the rear double-doors of the church.