Worship at Creator Lutheran
Sunday Morning Worship at Creator
8:50 a.m. Creator Praise (praise songs as people are arriving)
9:00 a.m. Worship
Weekly worship is central to the life of the Creator Community. We gather each Sunday morning at 8:50 a.m. to sing praise before we begin 9:00 a.m. worship. Communion is shared each week. All people are welcome to take communion.
Creator uses a liturgical form of worship which includes confession, praise, readings, Gospel, a sermon, prayer, offering, communion and benediction. While the form of the worship is similar, week-to-week, the music varies greatly each week.
During the seasons of Advent and Lent a 7:00 p.m. Wednesday evening worship, gives the community an opportunity for a quiet and contempletive worship service about a half-hour in length.
Sunday worship includes education time for children ages 3 through 5th grade. These children participate in the first part of the service, leave during sermon time for Sunday School and return during the offering so they may participate with their families in Communion.
Worship is followed by coffee and fellowship. All are encouraged to stay to visit and get acquainted.
Adult forum follows the fellowship time. Form and focus of this time varies. Check the Education tab to learn about the current topic of study and discussion.
Wednesday, March 25
Soup and Bread potluck at 6:15 pm
Choir rehearsal follows worship
Sunday, March 29
The first and second readings and psalm are the same this Sunday every year: Christ emptying himself of divine power and protection, willingly becoming vulnerable to those who struck him and put him...
Coffee and Fellowship following worship
Adult Conversations (Adult Forum) following coffee time
Thursday, April 2
With nightfall our Lenten observance comes to an end, and we gather with Christians around the world to celebrate the Three Days of Jesus' death and resurrection. At the heart of the Maundy Thursday...
Friday, April 3
At the heart of the Good Friday liturgy is the passion according to John, which proclaims Jesus as a triumphant king who reigns from the cross. The ancient title for this day—the triumph of the cross...
Saturday, April 4
This is the night! This is our Passover with Christ from darkness to light, from bondage to freedom, from death to life. Tonight is the heart of our celebration of the Three Days and the pinnacle of...
Sunday, April 5
This year may be the one in which John's resurrection account is likely to be chosen over Mark's, perhaps because Mark's gospel ends so abruptly, with astonishment and fear rather than joyful...
Coffee and Easter Brunch following worship