We gather by the power of the Holy Spirit to hear and proclaim the word of God through scripture reading, preaching, and song, and to receive the gracious gifts of forgiveness and life from God through the sacraments of baptism and communion. Our worship style is traditional liturgy, with a blend of old familiar hymns and newer songs. Worship strengthens us to be and serve God’s people in our neighborhood and in the world.
Public health - We are no longer holding Sunday worship services in person. We'd love to have you join us electronically at www.centluth.org/videos. Find the bulletin here for download.
Childcare - Will resume when the public health threat is reduced and worship services return. Children are welcomed and encouraged to learn how we worship God. There is a Children’s Message to include them in learning about Jesus. We understand that some children prefer to be highly active at times, so a staffed nursery is available for children five and under during most Sunday and major holiday services.
Join us for Worship and Study
Many of our services are live streamed on our Facebook page.
Worship will be online only for now, using a Zoom meeting ID and password, simulcast on Facebook, and later replayed on the page below. No in-person worship during the public health crisis.
Friday, September 18, 2020, we will host the memorial service for Julia Thorsness, live on our Facebook page and in-person outdoors in our lower parking lot at 4 pm AK time. See the bulletin here.
Join us for Fellowship and Service
See our weekly updates for news of potlucks, special events, and invitations to serve others.
Listen To This Week's Sermon
Listen to a recent Sunday Sermon
Read the Bible text for the March 15, 2020 sermon