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WORSHIP

As Lutheran Christians, we celebrate the presence of the Living Christ among us in Word and Sacrament, and in each other - young and old - as we gather in His name. 

 

Worship at Living Christ touches mind, body, and spirit through uplifting music with a variety of musical instruments and styles, and vital messages for children and adults that connect God’s Word with today’s world.

Sunday Service Times

 

Worship services are at 8:00am & 9:15am each Sunday, with Communion celebrated at both services. Additional education offerings for all ages - adults, students and children - are also part of Sunday mornings.

At 8:00am you will hear more of our 23 rank pipe organ.  The nursery is open but not staffed during 8:00am worship.

 

The 9:15am worship service, larger in attendance, adds a variety of different instruments and the choir, along with a children’s message and personal prayer ministry during communion. The nursery is staffed at the 9:15am Service.

All God's Children Sing is a music program for 2-5 year olds during the 9:15am church service.  Click here for more information.

Worship Style


Worship at Living Christ is liturgical and sacramental, and reflects the strong musical tradition of the Lutheran Church.

 

We rotate different settings of the historic liturgy in a variety of musical styles. Blending ancient forms with current expressions, and organ with piano and instruments, creates an energy that uplifts and empowers faith.

Holy Communion

Holy Communion, for Lutherans, is a sacrament, that is, an "act of God" in which He offers us forgiveness, life and salvation - won at the cross.  As a "means of grace" it does not depend on you or your own worthiness, but on Christ and His words:  "This is my body... this is my blood - given and shed for you".  Faith believes His words and receives His gifts.  If you share this faith with us, and have been "born anew" into the family of God at the font, then join with us at the altar of the Lord - to "proclaim His death" - for you - and celebrate His life - in you!