Worship is central to our life together, and we worship liturgically. Our regular weekly service is on Sundays at 10:30am during the academic year (no services on academic breaks), and at varied times in the summer. We celebrate the Lordâ€™s Supper (communion) every Sunday. We often offer evening meditative, candlelight worship as well, depending on the particular needs of our changing community each semester.
Liturgy means â€œwork of the people.â€ Weâ€™re convinced that worship is not entertainment but active communal participation in scripture, song, prayer, and sacrament (Lutherans have two sacraments: baptism and the Lordâ€™s supper). We believe God speaks through the ancient traditions of the church as well as through fresh, creative interpretations. We donâ€™t worship alone, and we donâ€™t worship perfectly. We believe weâ€™re all in the same boat: broken and whole, needing to be loved and to love, each of us with unique gifts to offer. We rely on Godâ€™s grace through Christ for the courage to love and serve God and neighbor.
Because we are a campus church, those who worship with us represent many traditions. We welcome and are enriched by a variety of expressions of piety and â€œstylesâ€ in worship. Our God is bigger than one faith tradition!
You can view previous worship services on our YouTube Channel.