As a first time visitor to our church, we want to welcome you warmly. If there is anything that you need, you can approach the ushers, the pastor, or any member of the congregation. The church parking lot is behind the building, and the main entrance is through the stained glass doors. On your way in, stop and smell the roses in our memorial rose garden. If you are coming to the late service on Sunday, please stay and enjoy refreshments with us at the end of the service. And don’t forget to sign the guest book by the door before you leave!
We celebrate Holy Communion every Sunday and at most special services. We welcome’s all baptized Christians to celebrate the Eucharist with us when visiting our church.
“Believing in the real presence of Christ, this church practices Eucharistic hospitality. All baptized persons are welcomed to Communion when they are visiting in the congregations of this church.” — from the ELCA’s sacramental practices statement
Children of all ages are welcome in our services! On the way into the church sanctuary, you can pick up an activity bag for your kids to use during the service. During the service, the pastor will offer a special children’s sermon after the readings. This is a time for the young people of our congregation to hear words specifically designed for them. There is also a nursery area, changing station, and live monitor of the service, if you need to step out of church to attend to your child.