Worship At Christ Lutheran
The worship of Jesus Christ in the Triune God Father, Son and Holy Spirit is the cornerstone of all that we do. Gathering around his Word and the Sacraments kindles the fire in our hearts for mission and ministry. With his presence among us we joyously offer praise and thanksgiving. He refreshes us in body, soul and spirit so that we may share his Word and love with others.

Style of Worship

See our Home Page for specific seasonal worship service schedules.

Fall / Winter / Spring Schedule
Sunday Worship:
8:15 a.m. Contemplative liturgy with one or two classic hymns led by a pipe organ or piano.
10:30 a.m. Classic liturgy with music led by a pipe organ, piano, bells, choir and occasional guest musicians.

Summer Schedule
Sunday Worship:
9:30 a.m. Classic liturgy with music led by a pipe organ and piano.

Holy Communion is offered at each worship service each Sunday. If you are Baptized, and it is your tradition to receive Holy Communion, no matter what Denomination, you are welcome at the table at Christ Lutheran. This is not our table but the Lord’s Table.

Our Sunday Worship

When you arrive for worship you will be greeted by a church member, and will receive a bulletin of the service and our weekly newsletter from an usher. Standard and large print bulletins are available.

We love CHILDREN at our services. Special children’s bulletins are available from the ushers, and “busy bags”, located on the post behind the guest register, are available for young children during each service.

From there you are welcome to join us in the sanctuary. You will find a Guest card in the pew hymnal rack with that provides additional information about our worship and facilities.

The bulletin will guide you through the worship service with notes about congregational responses, standing and sitting, singing hymns from Evangelical Lutheran Worship book and occasionally from the With One Voice book, and participation at Holy Communion.

The Weekly Newsletter provides the coming week’s schedule and information on ministries and up-coming events.

As the worship service ends, the Lay Assistant sends us off to the Mission Fields with: “Go in peace. Reveal God’s Love,” to which we boldly respond, “Thanks be to God.”