A traditional worship service that follows the liturgies of the Lutheran Church that are found in the Lutheran Service Book. In this time of worship you will see the pastor and assistants in traditional robes called albs. In this type of worship service we sing hymns that are normally lead by the organ or piano. Communion is offered on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays of the month. If you enjoy worship that is more traditional in nature that follows liturgies and hymns then you will most likely enjoy this style of worship.
A contemporary worship service that follows an order of praise through songs, teaching through Scripture and Sermon, and receiving God's gifts in prayer and the Lord's Supper (offered on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays.) In this time of worship you will see the pastor and assistants in everyday clothes. In this worship service we sing songs that may be led by a praise band, or music videos, that you may hear on popular Christian radio stations. If you enjoy worship that is more contemporary in nature, then you will most likely enjoy this style of worship.
Regardless of which service you attend you will hear the same sermon preached. In this way as a congregation we can continue to grow together through hearing the same teachings and walking together through mutual conversation.