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Worship, The Divine Service

Sunday Divine Service with Holy Communion​ @ 10:30 a.m.

Preceded by Bible Class/Sunday School @ 9:15 a.m.

Wednesday Midweek Services

During the seasons of Advent & Lent @ 7 p.m.

Holy Week Services @ 7p

 Holy/Maundy Thursday Divine Service

with Holy Communion

March 28, 2024

Good Friday Service

March 29, 2024


Contact us for information on other studies that occur throughout the year. 

Private confession and absolution is available upon request.


The Feast of the Resurrection of our Lord

Easter Sunday, March 31, 2024

 10:30 a.m.

Easter Breakfast @ 8:15 a.m. 

Easter Hymn Sing & Study @ 9:15 a.m.

Apology of the Augsburg Confession


The service and worship of the Gospel is to receive good things from God, while the worship of the law is to offer and present our goods to God. We cannot offer anything to God unless we have first been reconciled and reborn. The greatest possible comfort comes from this doctrine that the highest worship in the Gospel is the desire to receive forgiveness of sins, grace, and righteousness. About this worship Christ speaks in Christ 6:40, “This is the will of my Father, that everyone who sees the Son and believes in him should have eternal life.” And the Father says (Matt. 17:5), “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him.”(Article IV, Justification, ¶310)

From the Preface of Lutheran Worship


                   "Our Lord speaks and we listen.  His Word bestows what it says.  Faith that is                              born from what is heard acknowledges the gifts received with eager                                        thankfulness and praise.  Music is drawn into this thankfulness and praise,          enlarging and elevating the adoration of our gracious giver God.
       "Saying back to him what he has said to us, we repeat what is most true and sure.  Most true and sure is his name, which he put upon us with the water of our Baptism.  We are his.  This we acknowledge at the beginning of the Divine Service.  Where is name is, there is he.  Before him we acknowledge that we are sinners, and we plead for forgiveness.  His forgiveness is given us, and we, freed and forgiven, acclaim him as our great and gracious God as we apply to ourselves the words he has used to make himself known to us.
       "The rhythm of our worship is from him to us, and then from us back to him.  He gives his gifts, and together we receive and extol them.  We build one another up as we speak to one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs.  Our Lord gives us his body to eat and his blood to drink.  Finally his blessing moves us out into our calling, where his gifts have their fruition.  How best to do this we may learn from his Word and from the way his Word has prompted his worship through the centuries.  We are heirs of an astonishingly rich tradition.  Each generation receives from those who went before and, in making that tradition of the Divine Service its own, adds what best may serve in its own day--the living heritage and something new." (1982, p6)

Sunday Divine Service with Holy Communion

10:30 a.m.

Before coming to Holy Communion, the Apostle St. Paul (as does Martin Luther in his Small Catechism) reminds us that each one should examine oneself, discerning rightly the Body and Blood of Christ in this Sacrament for the forgiveness of sins (I Cor.11:26-29). If you are not confirmed nor a member “in good standing” with the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (i.e. a young unconfirmed Lutheran, a member of another church fellowship, have an unresolved matter, or living an open life style outside of God’s Commandments) please speak with the Pastor before approaching the altar; or, if you come up with other family members, please cross your hands over your heart indicating that the pastor is to give you a verbal blessing.

Video of Service

Contact us for information on other studies that occur throughout the year. 

Private confession and absolution is available upon request.

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