Come See Us!
Join us on Sunday morning for worship services. Bring the family. Bring a Friend. We look forward to meeting you.
Here is an idea of what to expect when you arrive:
- Our worship services are open to all and last about an hour
- Traditional worship experience and choir music at our 8:00 a.m. Traditional Worship
- Contemporary worship experience and music at our 10:00 a.m. Family Service
- The fourth Sunday of every month is our combined worship service (what we lovingly refer to as our “shared service”). This service is held at 9:00 a.m. and is a blending of traditional and contemporary services.
- Holy Communion is offered at all worship services
- Opportunities to meet people and make friends before and after worship services
- Free coffee and refreshments
Your family is important to us. Our campus is clean, safe and secure so you can have peace of mind as a parent. Activities for our children are coordinated by a staff of incredible volunteers and leadership who want to know each child personally - building a relationship that helps reinforce the faith and truth you as a parent share with your kids.
Because kids & teens should feel comfortable and enjoy their faith experience, we provide:
- A place just for children with age-specific lessons about God (nursery-5th grade) at our 10:00 a.m. service. Sunday School begins at 9:40 a.m. with children joining their family for Holy Communion towards the end of the 10 am service
- Interactive ministry for Middle and High School students at select services
As a parent, you matter
Did you know that you, as a parent, are the single greatest influence on a child’s life? That is why we do not just value kids, we value you! That is also why we want to partner with you as a parent to help you have the best influence possible on your child and nurture their lives of faith.
Home + Church = Greater Faith Impact.
As a grandparent or other family member, you matter:
As a grandparent, you have taken on a role to encourage your grandchild’s relationship with God - we want to support you in this journey. Let us know how we can help and encourage you in this special connection.
As a family, sharing what we have learned or heard on a Sunday morning is an important part of our faith journey. Watch for teaching notes following Sunday School and let your child tell you about what they have learned. Have conversations about God at home and look for moments to share your own faith story with your children. Our team is here to support you as a parent and to support your desire to talk about God to your children.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do I need to dress up?
A: No. Come just the way you are. All are welcome.
Q: Where do I start?
A: As you enter campus (link to map and directions), we have parking places just for our guests right near the front door to the worship center. Park in one of these designated spaces and you will see the red doors leading inside the center. Folks will be there to greet you and direct you to our sanctuary or to children’s ministry or to our coffee/refreshment area. Relax and enjoy your time in a community who loves God.
Q: Do you have programs for my kids?
A: We sure do, from pre-school through 5th grade. Middle and High school at select times. Learn more about our Children's Ministry.
Q: What if I’m not sure about Christianity and faith?
A: Perfect, that is why we are the church so you can explore faith at your own pace with a like-minded community.
Q: How do I get there?
A: Click here for directions
Our Chancel Window
Our chancel window in our main Sanctuary is entitled “Welcoming Christ”. It was designed and fabricated by the Willet Stained Glass Studios in the early 1990s. Willet Studios is a renowned artistic studio specializing in made to order stained glass. Willet Studios is located in Minnesota.
The artwork was designed as a symbolic look at our Lutheran faith. At center, the figure of Christ with his hands wrapped around a small child speaks a gentle, nurturing message. In the foreground, a stream of water runs over rocks, fish and seashells. This Living Water references the gospel of John. To the left, butterflies are born from flames of fire, symbolizing purification and renewal. The next image is a tree, offering a bounty of fruit within it branches. The image of a fortress is seen in the upper right corner, referencing Martin Luther’s famous reformation hymn, “A Mighty Fortress is Our God”. Finally, symbolic animals are depicted in the bottom right corner of the window. The lion is a symbol for the Resurrection that dates back to the Middle Ages and the lamb is a common symbol for the sacrificial aspect of Christ.
Our prayers of thanksgiving to Max and Mary Wheeler for this beautiful gift that will be a testimony to their faithful lives.