The Augsburg Confession states that the “one holy Christian
church...is the assembly of all believers among whom the Gospel
is preached in its purity and the holy sacraments are
administered according to the Gospel.” (AC, Art.VII). Therefore,
as Lutherans, we understand that the heart of what it means to
be the Church is to be gathered together around the Word and
Sacraments. This primary gathering is the liturgy of the Holy
Eucharist on Sundays, but we also provide numerous supplemental
Midweek, spoken (ca.
Mondays at 9:30am
Wednesdays at 5:30pm
Thursdays at 11:40am
Thursdays (before Bible Study)
Matins is one of the historic daily prayer offices and focuses
on praying together the psalms and hearing God’s Word.
Additionally, Evening Prayer (Vespers)
is offered occasionally on
and during Advent and Lent
Through the means of grace, we are God's people
being renewed in a liturgical community that
its roots and diversity: challenging, teaching,
and caring for the people of God.
We are a family in this place, the offspring of Christ,
brothers and sisters in faith.