8:30 A.M. Traditional Worship
10:45 A.M. Modern Grace Worship
(From Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, Traditional Worship is at 8:30 a.m. and Modern Grace Worship begins at 10 a.m.)
5:00 P.M. Evening Worship
What to Expect
On any given Sunday, you'll find men, women and children of all ages at Cross of Grace. There's bound to be someone with whom you share common ground. No matter whether you attend the Traditional Worship service or the Modern Grace Worship service, you're welcome to dress as casually or as formally as you prefer. You'll find others dressed in suits and ties and some dressed in blue jeans and shorts. We'll be happy to have you with us either way.
We have large print bulletins and assistive listening devices available for those who need them during worship. Our ushers will gladly help you find them if you'd like.
Because we need to feel God's grace and forgiveness in our lives as often as possible, Cross of Grace celebrates Holy Communion every Sunday at both worship services and everyone is welcome to share the meal with us - no questions asked, no strings attached. We believe God sets the table for the sacrament and that it's our job and our joy to give it away on God's behalf.
You can also expect a safe, staffed, fun nursery for children ages 0 - 3 years during both worship services and throughout the Sunday school hour in between. (Children of all ages are welcome and encouraged to join us for worship, but we realize they often have different plans!)
At Cross of Grace, our mission is to "worship, learn and serve" faithfully, but we eat and drink well, too. Stick around after our first Traditional Worship or plan to come early before our Modern Grace Worship to share morning refreshments like coffee, juice, muffins, cookies and more.
All in all, we're confident you'll find something relevant and meaningful at Cross of Grace no matter how we come to meet. If you're a "traditional Lutheran," a new Christian, or a hungry soul with lots of questions, we trust you'll hear, pray, sing or share something that matters while we're together. We hope you'll join us soon.