Praise and Worship

Worship Services at First Lutheran Church


Weekend worship services at First Lutheran are based on the upbeat, joyful liturgical music of the Evangelical Lutheran Worship (ELW) and With One Voice (WOV). Congregational singing is typically accompanied by our grand pipe organ. Musical contributions from our Cathedral Choir, our handbell groups and other musicians also enrich our worship. 

While holding to a similar liturgical flow, our Wednesday evening service during the school year is shorter and more likely to be musically accompanied by guitar and piano. This service is especially geared toward families with children of all ages, though anyone is welcome to attend! 

Holy Communion occurs in nearly all worship services, and First Lutheran Church has a practice of offering the bread and wine to all who are baptized. 

Sunday morning services are broadcast over the radio at KRRZ 1390 AM at 9:30. We also have a live video stream available on this website (at and on our Facebook page. Recordings are then available throughout the week. If you are joining us over broadcast, you can find the bulletin to follow along with the service on our “Church Updates” under the “About Us” tab.



 Regular Worship Schedule :
** Saturday Worship – 5:00 pm is currently suspended due to COVID-19 **

Sunday Worship – 9:30 am

Wednesday Evening – 5:45 pm (after Labor Day through mid-May)

Special Worship Services:
Wednesday, Thanksgiving Eve Worship – 7:00 pm
Christmas Eve Family Worship – 3:30 pm
Christmas Eve Candlelight Worship – 5:30 pm & 10:30 pm

Lent & Holy Week:
Ash Wednesday Service – 7:00 pm
Wednesday midweek Lenten Services – 5:45 pm
Maundy Thursday Service – 12:00 pm
Maundy Thursday Service – 6:00 pm
Good Friday Tenebrae Service – 8:00 pm (No Communion)
Holy Saturday Worship – No Worship
Easter Sunday Worship – 9:30 am & 11:00 am

First Lutheran May 24th, 2020 Service

Tithes and Offering

As a regular part of worship, we make financial gifts to the glory of God and in support of the ministry of our congregation. Consider contributing as you are able, knowing that your contribution makes possible the vibrant ministry of First Lutheran Church. Thank you for your generosity!

Deuteronomy 16:16b, 17 – “They shall not appear before the LORD empty-handed. Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the LORD your God that He has given you.”