Worship with us at Faith
We have four distinct worship services every Sunday morning. While the music and setting of each service is different, the Bible readings and Gospel message are the same.
Holy Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month at all three services. Ours is an "open table" in which all Christians who truly repent of their sins are welcome to join us in receiving the Lord's Supper. In other words, people are not required to be members of Faith in order to share the Body and Blood of Christ with us.
Guests are always welcome whenever we worship. Whether you are Christian or someone who wants to know more about Jesus Christ, we invite you to join us each Sunday.
- 8:00am - Traditional Worship Service utilizing the Lutheran Book of Worship and With One Voice Hymnals.
- 9:30am - Our Blended Worship Service includes the best of both traditional and contemporary Christian music. The Chancel Choir, Emmaus Band and various music ensembles share in the joy of providing musical leadership.
- 9:30am - The Ground Floor is a youth oriented service of worship with messages and music which speak directly to the challenges and opportunities Christian young people face today.
- 11:00am - The worship music at our Contemporary Worship Service is led by our church band named Emmaus (read Luke 24:13-35). You are invited to come to this informal service in which we glorify the Lord through songs of praise written and arranged by some of today's popular Christian artists. Contact Tom Crow for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faith also provides a Saturday evening service of worship at 5:00pm. These informal worship services are offered for those whose jobs require them to work or travel on Sunday mornings or whose personal and family activities often require them to be away from home on Sundays. This service is also provided as an outreach ministry for Faith members whose friends, classmates and co-workers would accept an invitation to worship with them in an informal Saturday evening setting rather than conventional Sunday morning times.