How We Worship
In the principal service of Christian worship, the Holy Spirit gathers people around the means of grace—the saving Word of God and the sacraments. From the table of communion where Jesus Christ comes with forgiveness, life, and salvation, God sends us out to share the good news and to care for those in need.
The basic pattern of this service—gathering, word, meal, sending—is a structure that allows for freedom and flexibility in the ways worship may be shaped locally, while focusing on what the church holds in common. The whole people of God are joined by the same gifts of grace, for the sake of the same mission of the gospel, into the life of the one triune God.
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When do we celebrate Holy Communion?
Holy Communion is celebrated on each Sunday, and at any Church Festival services (i.e. Christmas Eve, Maundy Thursday, etc.)
Anyone who would normally receive Holy Communion, in their home congregation, is welcome to receive Holy Communion at St. Luke United Lutheran. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to speak to the Pastor before service.
How to Join us for Worship
We normally worship on Sundays at 10:30am, though if we have a fifth Sunday in a month, we will join with our Partners in Ministry at Bethlehem Lutheran Church for a joint worship. Check the calendar for more information.
If you cannot join us in person, you can join us virtually.
We offer a live broadcast, via Zoom on Sundays.