Traditional Worship Services — 8:15 • 9:30 • 10:45 am
A traditional/blended worship is what you can expect in the newer sanctuary. These three services follow the same structure and normally include a traditional liturgy and hymn singing with organ and/or piano. But other musical offerings from the choir, praise choir, bells, brass, and even a bluegrass band can be heard regularly.
Holy Communion is served in our traditional services on the first and third Sunday each month.
Resonate Worship Service (modern) — 11:00 am
This modern style worship service can be found in the original worship center (now called the Fellowship Hall/ Resonate Sanctuary). A Lutheran worship service using today’s language and music is a good way to understand Resonate. Most weeks a full band (guitars, keyboards, drums, etc.) provides the music. The service incorporates many of the same elements as the sanctuary worship: confession, readings, prayers, message, singing, etc., but in a less formal environment and style.
Holy Communion is served in our modern service on the second and fourth Sunday each month.
Midweek Worship — 7:15 pm
Located in the newer sanctuary this service is typically informal and offers individuals a mid-week “spiritual lift,” and a worship opportunity for those unable to attend Sunday services.