Each Saturday evening (5 p.m.) and Sunday morning (9:30 a.m.) we gather to hear God’s Word proclaimed and share in the bread and wine, the body and blood of Christ, in Holy Communion.
Both worship services are traditional services as found in Evangelical Lutheran Worship. In traditional worship we connect to Christians throughout the world and generations who have worshiped by gathering as one people, hearing God’s Word, sharing a meal, and being sent out into the world as forgiven disciples of Jesus Christ to serve our neighbors with Christ’s love.
Believing that the table of communion belongs to Christ and it is at his invitation we are gathered for Holy Communion, we invite all to receive communion, as they feel called.
On the second and last Sunday of each month we offer a worship setting with Jazz music. For more information, check out this article published in the Las Vegas Review Journal.