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Sunday services

9:15am with Communion every Sunday

Join us for fellowship afterwards.

Sunday Worship Schedule (9:15AM) UNFAILING LIGHT LITURGY

February 18 First Sunday of Lent

February 25 Second Sunday of Lent

March 3 Third Sunday of Lent

March 10 Fourth Sunday of Lent

March 17 Fifth Sunday of Lent


Holy Week Worship Schedule (watch for more details regarding times)

March 24 Palm Sunday 9:15AM NDLC

March 28 Maundy Thursday St. Luke's 7:00pm

March 29 Good Friday Joint with St. Luke's 7:00pm

March 30 Holy Saturday NDLC 6:00PM

March 31 Easter Sunday NDLC 9;15AM


Ash Wednesday - Joint

Ash Wednesday is February 14: Services at 1pm and 7pm Joint with St. Luke's

"Ashes to Go" are available from 11:30-12:30. Go through the alley to receive the ashes from Pastor Ann. (No need to even get out of your car...)


Mid-week Lenten Soup Suppers & Compline Prayer Worship Service

6:00 Themed Supper (free will donation to support youth attending the National ELCA Youth Gathering) followed by worship at 7pm. There will be a food sign-up available for main dish, salad, and bread, NO DESSERT.

2/21- Italian (pastas)

2/28 – Mexican (tacos, nachos)

3/6 – Pizza (homemade or bought)

3/13 – Picnic (burgers, hotdogs)

3/20 – Soup Supper


Community Mid-week Noon Lenten Services

The Regional Council of Christian Ministries(RCCM) will be offering rotating mid-week (Wednesday) Lenten services as well as a soup & bread lunch both before and after the service to accommodate those with varying lunch schedules. Lunch will be at 11:30 and 12:30 with services held at 12 noon. Preachers and hosts will rotate. We will have more info on the schedule soon.


Host Location & Preacher:

February 21st

Facility – St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

Pastor – Reverend Phil Hagen


February 28th

Facility – St John Lutheran

Pastor – Reverend Stephen Weems


March 6th

Facility – First Presbyterian

Pastor – Reverend Lea Colvill


March 13th

Facility – St. Paul’s UMC

Pastor – Reverend Mike Knauff


March 20th

Facility – First Evangelical Lutheran

Pastor – Reverend Ann Bjorklund

What does worship look like?

  • Casual  - You can come in your Sunday best, you can come in jeans and a t-shirt, or you can even come in your pajamas! God calls us to come just as we are and we welcome you, just as you are! Feel free to bring in any snacks & drinks as well.

  • Family friendly - Kids are a part of our community and of God's family, so we welcome them and want them to be a part of our worship together. We have kids activity sheets and worship bags for kids to help them connect with the service and keep them entertained. The congregation truly feels blessed to have children present during service, and understand fully that can mean a little extra noise, after all children are children with little attention spans and big emotions. Please know and be assured they do not mind! It warms their hearts to hear that noise!

  • Everyone is involved - For us, worship is not a concert or a spectator's sport. Worship involves full participation. We all make up the body of Christ and in worship God meets us where we are and calls us all to worship together as a community in Christ. We will sing hymns together, pray together, share God's peace with one another, and share communion together each week.

  • Communion is open to all - We celebrate communion every week. And, as Jesus said on the night he was betrayed, his blood was shed for ALL people for the forgiveness of sin. Therefore ALL people are welcome at the Lord's Table.

  • Fellowship Hour - Every Sunday after worship, we have time set aside for an opportunity to catch up over drinks and snacks and get to know one another a little better. This is a great time to meet some new people! Join us downstairs in the fellowship hall!

Children are welcome even with their little attention spans and big emotions!
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Worship as you are
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