Why We Worship
We welcome all to our community and to our worship. We believe that the Good News of God’s grace is for all, regardless of age, abilities, physical and mental health, race, sexual orientation, gender identity, education, income or strength of faith. There is nothing we do, have done or will do, that can separate us from God. God makes no exceptions, nor do we. Come join us in praise, prayer and the work of our Lord!
Worship is at the center of our life at Community Lutheran Church. While we are rooted in the Lutheran liturgical tradition and follow the lectionary calendar, our worship is open and dynamic. It includes music and prayers from a variety of cultures. Every Sunday we gather as a community to hear God’s word, pray for those in need, share the Lord’s Supper, and be sent out to serve the world in God’s name. We are passionate about music and our service is filled with it. Sermons connect God’s word with our experience and challenge members of the congregation to live as God’s people in the world. We believe liturgy is the “work of the people,” so leadership is shared in our worship by members of the pastoral staff and congregation of all ages.