What Does Worship look like? The people of Community Lutheran Church, guests and sometimes strangers gather every Sunday at 8am and 10:30am for Worship. Our Worship is filled with the singing of traditional hymns and maybe some new ones. We sing and read the Word of God throughout our worship and follow a common Christian Order of Worship known as the liturgy. We begin with a prayer of confession and forgiveness reminding us of our need for God's grace. We read several lessons from the Bible. These will include an Old Testament reading, a Psalm, a reading from one of the New Testament Letters and Last, but not least, we read a lesson from one of the four Gospels. We hear a message to help us understand and apply God's word of Grace in our lives. We offer prayers for one another and the world and then we come together to receive the Lord's Supper of Bread and Wine. Finally we are blessed to be sent out into the world proclaiming God's message of grace for all.
Our Lutheran congregation follows traditional Lutheran Liturgy. We celebrate our using with using the Church Calendar using the seasons of Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Easter and Pentecost. We use the Revised Common Lectionary to determine our Sunday Readings.. We belong to the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America. We invite all baptized Christians to join us for the Lord's Supper.