One Church–Multiple Worship Styles


Saturday – 6:00 p.m.

Location: Sanctuary    Length: 45 minutes

This service is a traditional service featuring congregational singing, a restful environment, and open communion is offered on the first and third weekends each month.  If you enjoy an intimate worship setting or are unable to attend a Sunday service, this service will meet your needs.

Sunday – 8:15 a.m.

Location: Sanctuary     Length: 1 Hour

A Traditional Lutheran Service with organ led congregational singing.  This service often has beautiful anthems and hymns led by our Adult Choir or Hand Bell Choir.  Open Communion is celebrated on the first and third Sundays.  Children are welcome to worship with their families.

Sunday – 10:15 a.m.

Location: LIFE Center    Length: 1 Hour

An authentic worship experience bringing music from a variety of genres, traditions, and backgrounds that enhance worship and reflect the text and worship theme of each season.  Open Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday.  Children are welcome to worship with their families or there are caregivers available in our nursery for infants and young children if parents prefer.

Wednesday – 6:15 p.m.

Location: LIFE Center    Length: 30 minutes

Wednesday night Worship Lab is a youth centered worship service that runs from September through the end of April.  Through music, games, dancing, and more, this service offers an interactive and educational worship experience.  Open Holy Communion and an affirmation of Baptism are celebrated each week.

Healing Services

First Lutheran Church has a healing service quarterly. Each service is different, but features opportunities to focus on prayer and spiritual healing. Our worship times are Saturday evenings at 6:00pm, and Sundays at 8:15am or 10:15am. We hope to see you there!  Please watch for healing service schedules in weekly announcements and newsletters.


FLC periodically has Taize style worship.  Led by a chamber orchestra and a small choir, it involves sung and chanted prayers, meditation, a period of silence, and liturgical readings.  Check back here to see when the next Taize service will be held.  For more information on Taize worship, please visit