We offer a gracious welcome to all. We hope all of our guests find meaning and inspiration in their time with us.
All experiences are focused on the Word of God and on the Presence of God.
We share communion at every worship service.
We offer early enrollment privileges in our dynamic and growing preschool, elementary, and middle school. Lutheran Church of the Cross Day School is a faith-based ministry of our congregation.
We offer an excellent music ministry with a wide variety of styles and instruments. In the Lutheran tradition, we believe that music speaks to our hearts and our souls in a timeless manner.
We offer faith growing experiences for all ages. Sunday education takes place at 9:00 am and 10:45 for all ages.
During the School Year:
We offer a Wednesday 5:15 pm faith enrichment time (CrossTraining) with music and puppet ministry for various ages, adult studies & dinner fellowship, and youth group. CrossTraining is offered during the school year.
Other special programs for our young people:
- For 4-5th graders we offer communion instruction. This six-week class leads up to their receiving communion on Maundy Thursday (The Last Supper).
- For seventh and eighth graders, we offer a confirmation instruction 2 Sunday mornings a month that guides our young people toward affirming their baptismal faith.
- For high school youth we offer a Sunday morning discussion group called “Breakfast Club.”
We offer a variety of service opportunities for people to give of themselves to their community.
WINTER SCHEDULE: Sunday Service with Communion is at 9:30 am with nursery available.
Sundays begin at 8:45 am with Adult Bible Study. Sunday school activities & coffee and fellowship in the Fellowship Hall are at 9:00 am. Worship with Communion is at 9:30 am. Children’s Time during the Sermon. Seasonal Faith Formation for all ages begins at 10:45 am.
SUMMER SCHEDULE: 9:30 am only on Sunday mornings.
Adult and youth education time: 9 am.
We offer meaningful ways for people to grow their faith, express their faith, and give of themselves.