At Messiah we believe worshipping God is central to what we do. We lift up traditional Lutheran liturgy as the best way for this community to worship.
Our form of worship is known as “liturgical,” meaning literally “a work of the people.” Thus, in worship, you will witness the assembly standing, sitting, kneeling, and responding (through words, songs, and silence.) In other words, for Lutheran Christians, worship is not passive, but very much an act – a work in which we all participate.
Of course, worship is much more than what can be explained here. So, we invite you to come and see. Come join our assembly as we seek to worship God as he meets us in word and sacrament, in silence and song, in good news announced and in peace shared.
In an effort to keep people safe and still connect through worship and discipleship gatherings in the midst of this Covid-19 response, we are offering live-streamed worship on Facebook at 10 am every Sunday.
We currently are holding in-person worship with limited attendance, with registration required to reserve your space. You may sign up here.
If you choose to attend in person, please remember to observe the following core actions for Covid safety:
• Wear double masks
• Maintain 6 feet of distancing from those not in your household
• Practice good hand hygiene
• Stay home if you are sick
• Do not sing indoors
Year-Round Sunday Schedule (in ordinary times):
8:30 AM – Worship with Holy Communion
9:45 AM – Sunday School for all ages (Nursery available)
11:00 AM – Worship with Holy Communion & Children’s Church*
A service of healing is included with Holy Communion on the third Sunday of each month. Those desiring have the opportunity to receive a personal prayer and blessing.
Children’s Church is offered at the 11:00 worship. Preschool-5th grade children are welcome to follow the Children’s Processional Cross after the Children’s Message to participate in the Word part of the service with age appropriate and interactive readings, message, and prayers. They return to worship with their families during the Peace for the conclusion of the service.