We have regular weekly worship services with Holy Communion every Sunday at 9:30 am.
Our services are authentic, relaxed and engaging.
We offer a unique blend of traditional liturgical elements combined with a contemporary mood.
Relevant preaching, uplifting music, communion and a Children's Message are part of each Sunday morning worship.
We are always open to new musical talent!
Contact us if interested.
See you soon!
Let the Children Come
We invite the children into our worship space. It is important to have their voices, words, movement, and energy as they are an important part of the body of Christ!
Each week we incorporate a Children's Message into the service.
We also offer a *nursery for infants to kindergarten age children.
*Nursery not available at this time.
We welcome everyone to the table of the Lord in Holy Communion. Children will receive a blessing, unless they have completed their first communion classes or communed elsewhere before.
*We offer classes (for kids of all ages!) to better understand this amazing gift of love and forgiveness.
*Communion classes on hold at this time.
Baptism is a gift from God to humankind. It is God acting through the Holy Spirit to unite us to the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. In these “living waters”, the Holy Spirit enters us, our sins are forgiven, we have a place in God’s kingdom now and forever, and we have a calling to follow Jesus and make the world a better place.
Baptism is not a one-time thing, but an all-time thing! It is something to celebrate during worship as we receive the newly baptized as fellow members of God’s amazing family. If you have questions about baptism, you can call or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the Lutheran Church, confirmation is a public profession of faith - or an affirmation of baptism. At St. Michael, we see confirmation as more than a class or one important day. Instead, it is part of our lifelong journey of faith.
Our confirmation classes are focused on helping students learn more about their baptism, about God's promises to us and how their faith can be active in their daily life.
Students explore the Lord’s Prayer, 10 Commandments, and the Apostle’s Creed. Plus, they participate in worship services and service projects, which allows them to identify more deeply with the Christian community and participate more fully in its mission.
We believe in the power of prayer.
If you would like us to pray for you, please leave a prayer request (found in the chair pockets in the worship space) in the offering plate or in the Prayer Request Box located near the entrance to the Worship Center.
Or, you can email your prayer request directly to email@example.com. You do not need to be a member to be in our hearts and on our prayer list!