Pastor Ken Hohag

12455 Black Forest Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80908
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Worship is the center of our life of faith.

We celebrate Holy Communion each Sunday as we gather to worship.

Prayers for healing are available during Holy Communion for individuals or families on a regular basis.

Our worship is a blend of traditional and contemporary styles using various resources, including
the ELW (Evangelical Lutheran Worship) and WOV (With One Voice) hymnals.

Worship times during the school year are 8 and 10:30 am, with classes for all ages at 9:30 am.
                      Worship Schedule
                         1st  Sunday                Contemporary
                         2nd Sunday                Traditional
                         3rd  Sunday    8:00  -  Traditional
                                            10:30  -  Contemporary
                         4th Sunday                 Traditional

Summer worship is at 9:00 am at which time we enjoy worshipping in our outdoor worship area
on alternating Sundays.

Children are welcome.  Worship includes a Children's Sermon.  Childcare, up to age 4, is also available.

Volunteer Duties: 

•  Acolyte - A young person, wearing a white robe, assists in worship by lighting candles. 

•  Altar Guild - duties

•  Assisting Ministers - Two adults, wearing white robes, receive the bread and offering, following collection, and pour
       wine during communion.

•  Crucifer - A youth, wearing a white robe, carries the processional cross during festival (special) Sundays at the start
       and end of the service. 

•  Greeters - The greeters welcome members and visitors with a smile and handshake as they arrive. 

•  Praying Ministers -  Prayers for healing are often available during Holy Communion for individuals or families.

•  Scripture Reader - An adult reads the First and Second scriptures from the pulpit. 

•  Ushers - Ushers greet everyone warmly when they arrive, provide each person with a bulletin, escort people
       to their seats if they are in need of extra assistance, take a count of those present during worship, and
       collect the offering for presentation at the altar.