Worship Procedures Effective June 20-21, 2020

As per the Elders’ meeting on June 9th and announced at weekend services on June 13th-14th, please be advised on the following updated worship procedures:

• Please use back OR front door. Doors will be unlocked before services begin. You do not need to wait outside!
• For ALL services, we will continue to maintain physical distancing. Please sit in the pews clearly unmarked, which do not have “Please Leave Vacant” signs.
• The 3:00 PM Saturday and 8:00 AM Sunday services will remain “mask required”. Please have your face coverings on before entering the building. The Saturday service will remain for those “At Risk” only.  
• For adult Bible Study (9:30 – 10:15), face coverings are currently optional. Please try to maintain physical distancing (6 feet) with those not of your household. The tables and chairs have been rearranged downstairs to accommodate.  
• For 10:30 AM Sunday service: masks are now optional. For those who choose not to wear masks, please especially practice physical distancing for the sake of those who are wearing masks.  
• Both regular and large print Bulletins will be available for one-time use. Please use them for devotions at home and dispose of them at the end of the week.  
• For Holy Communion, Pastor will consecrate the elements at the Altar and bring them to you in the pews. If you want to receive the Sacrament, please remain standing. If you want or need to withhold, please sit down. After receiving the wine/blood, please be seated. There will be one blessing at the end after the distribution hymn is over.
• Please try to maintain physical distancing (6 feet) after all services in the Greeting Line. We encourage you to socialize with your neighbors outside!



Saturday Services,  3:00 P.M. with Holy Communion;
Sunday Services  8:00 AM & 10:30 AM, with Holy Communion;

Wednesday Compline Services are at 7:00 PM

Before attending services, please follow these guidelines for your health and safety.

Please visit our YouTube Channel or Facebook Page for links to recorded services. 
Service Bulletins are available below.



Special note to our visitors and guests: Because those who eat and drink our Lord’s body and blood unworthily do so to their great harm and because Holy Communion is a confession of the faith which is confessed at this altar, any who are not yet instructed, in doubt, or who hold a confession differing from that of this congregation and The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, are kindly asked to refrain from partaking of the Sacrament until first speaking with our Pastor.