Worship

Service Times & Sermons

Regular Sunday Services
 
Worship:  8:15 a.m & 10:45 a.m.
  • Note: A staffed nursery is available in our lower level for families with small children to use.

First Sunday of Each Month

Starting January 2019, there will be ONE service at 10:15 during the first Sunday of each month. A potluck will follow immediately after service. All other Sundays in the month will adhere to the “Regular Sunday Service” schedule above unless otherwise noted.
Past Sermons
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Apr 14, 2019
Seeking Jesus
Are you interested in Jesus? Just curious? Are you really and truly seeking Him? Today's message points you and takes you to the only place Jesus can be found.
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  • Apr 14, 2019Seeking Jesus
    Apr 14, 2019
    Seeking Jesus
    Are you interested in Jesus? Just curious? Are you really and truly seeking Him? Today's message points you and takes you to the only place Jesus can be found.
  • Mar 31, 2019Return of the Prodigal
    Mar 31, 2019
    Return of the Prodigal
    The parable of the prodigal son may be one of the most familiar in the repertoire of our Teacher. Jesus speaks His truth into the heart of every person who needs Him, regardless of whether their brokenness is known to everyone and their brother or known only to the sinner and his or her Creator. Jesus' story of a son's foolish ways and a father's lavish grace is a moving tale with a profound impact. But that's not even the full story. The elder son, who wrongly thought that he had it all together and had not sinned against his father, looks with indignation upon the prodigal's homecoming celebration. The father responds with a message for both children, and both of his children desperately need the father's mercy. We do too. Reflect on your brokenness and confess it. rejoice in your Father's forgiveness and receive it. Relish the celebration of the feast that's been prepared for you and share its joy with every other prodigal you know,.
  • Mar 24, 2019The Watchman For The House
    Mar 24, 2019
    The Watchman For The House
    Today we look at sin and how it corrupts all of creation. How it affects us and the tragedies that we face as a result of it in this life.  We also see in Scripture how apart from Christ we are right in the camp of the wicked and we are all due His judgment and punishment for our own transgressions. But thanks be to God that we have a Savior! A Deliverer! Who stands between us and the wrath of God. Jesus Christ who received the fullness of God's just and holy wrath upon himself to save us now and eternally.
  • Mar 17, 2019Gather the Children Together
    Mar 17, 2019
    Gather the Children Together
    "Paul Looker 3'17'19".
  • Mar 10, 2019Hallowed be my Name (3/10/19)
    Mar 10, 2019
    Hallowed be my Name (3/10/19)
    We take a look at our greatest foe, the devil. How he temps us, how we fail. But more importantly, we look to our Savior how Jesus Christ is victorious over this roaring lion who seeks to destroy us. In Christ, we have victory over sin, death and the devil. As Luther writes: "Christ satisfied the Law; he fulfilled the Law perfectly, for He loved God with all His heart, and with all His soul, and with all His strength, and with all His mind, and He loved His neighbor as Himself. Therefore, when the Law comes and accuses you of not having kept it, bid it go to Christ. Say: There is the Man who has kept it; to Him, I cling; He fulfilled it for me and gave His fulfillment to me. Thus the Law is silenced." What a blessed truth and comfort! Jesus was in all ways tempted as we are yet without sin. We are saved by His innocent blood which was shed on our behalf. Hallelujah, what a Savior!
  • Mar 3, 2019Transfigured for our Transformation (3/3/19)
    Mar 3, 2019
    Transfigured for our Transformation (3/3/19)
    On this Transfiguration Sunday in our gospel lesson we see the Glory of the Lord in the person of Jesus Christ revealed before the very eyes of Peter, James, and John on a mountain in Galilee. We hear about Moses and Elijah, and how they are representative of the Law and the Prophets and how the whole of Scripture points to Jesus Christ and the Gospel. In Christ, we see the fulfillment of all the promises of God. Through Jesus, we have the victory over sin, death, and the devil and have certain Hope of life eternal.
  • Feb 24, 2019Giving Love (2/24/19)
    Feb 24, 2019
    Giving Love (2/24/19)
    "Be still and know that I am God". Throughout all the chaos in our world and within ourselves, God never changes. He knows of all our flaws, yet His promise of everlasting life through Jesus still stands.
  • Feb 17, 2019Blessing and Woe (2/17/19)
    Feb 17, 2019
    Blessing and Woe (2/17/19)
    Our epistle reading in St. Pauls 1st letter to the Corinthian church illustrates a fictional alternative history story. He asks the question "if Christ has not been raised?" then pictures a world where your faith is futile and you are still in your sins".  Much like that old Jimmy Stewart film, It's A Wonderful Life, where George Baily sees a world in which he was never born where his many small kindnesses never took place.  We are asked to look at a world without a risen Savior, and the bleakness of Bedford Falls does not even compare to a world without our risen Savior, a world without forgiveness, no resurrection of the dead, and no hope.  St. Paul asks us to imagine this alternate history, so that we, just as George did in that old movie. we see more clearly what we actually do have and the blessings that we have been given.  "But in fact Christ has been raised from the dead"   We have the forgiveness of our sins and the sure hope of the resurrection of our bodies just like our Lord and Savior.  Thanks be to God!
  • Jan 13, 2019The Voice Over the Waters (1/13/19)
    Jan 13, 2019
    The Voice Over the Waters (1/13/19)
    A part of this message is a call to be careful and discerning about the things we may read or hear. Facebook, social media, meme's etc.. But sometimes people will even misuse or misapply Scripture. It's important for each of us to know God's Word so that we are not misled. The rest of the message is about what God really said about the struggles, pain, and hardships of this life. God does not say that He will not give you more than you can handle. But rather "Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by name, you are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they will not overwhelm you; when you walk through fire you shall not be burned, and the flame shall not consume you." Not if, but WHEN, you go through the dark places and times of your life God is with you. When you yourself can't go on God is there to carry you through. "Because you are precious in my eyes, and honored, and I love you," God loves you and is with you and will never leave you. You are precious so do not fear what life throws at you. In your baptism, you have been united with Christ your Redeemer! Jesus says that " In this life, you will have trouble, but take heart I have overcome the world" We cannot overcome but Christ has overcome it all for us. So fear not for He is ever and always with you!
  • Jan 6, 2019Glory of God (1/6/19)
    Jan 6, 2019
    Glory of God (1/6/19)
    The message this week was about the Glory of God, and when we have been enlightened by the light of Christ and His glory is upon us we cannot help but to arise and shine as we reflect the love of Christ to those around us.