Worship With Us
Worship is held every Sunday morning, even though it looks a little different due to COVID. Out of love for one another, we will continue to wear masks, maintain physical distancing, no physical contact. The church council reviews the protocols at their monthly meetings. Fellowship time is currently suspended.
If you do not have a mask, there is a supply at the church. We ask that if you are sick, please stay home and take care of yourself.
February - July at 9 a.m.
and August - January at 11 a.m.
We begin by invoking the triune God and generally follow the ancient pattern of liturgy with prayer, confession, forgiveness, singing, scripture reading, preaching and weekly celebration of the Lord’s Supper (Communion). Through all of Worship, we seek to point to Jesus Christ and His Good News for us - unpacking the gift of His incarnation, death, and resurrection for our lives and for our world.
During the seasons of Advent (the four weeks before Christmas) and Lent (the six weeks before Easter), we offer special times and spaces for contemplation, worship, and fellowship on Thursdays.
What should I wear?
There is no dress code at Our Savior's Lutheran. Dress up, dress casual – any way you dress you will be welcome.
How long is the service?
Worship length will change according to the day, but generally is about an hour.
Can I take Communion (The Lord’s Supper)?
The table is the Lord’s, and all are welcome! In this meal, you receive forgiveness and grace through the gift of Jesus’ body and blood. This eating and drinking is a regular part of the Christian life, initiated and grounded in Baptism.