“Let us Build a House where Love is Found in Water, Wine, & Wheat…”
from “All are Welcome”, Evangelical Lutheran Worship #641
As a Lutheran congregation, our life together is first and foremost centered around worship. We gather twice weekly to sing hymns, hear Scripture, receive Holy Communion, and be sent back into the world to share the good news of Jesus Christ.
Our worship services are scheduled for:
Saturdays at 5pm & Sundays at 8:30am.
Who can Receive
How can Kids Participate?
Who should I ask if I have a question?
Anyone who would normally receive Holy Communion in their home congregation is welcome to receive Holy Communion at Bethlehem.
We believe that the altar is Christ’s banquet table, and so it is not up to us to decide who is welcome.
We believe that children have a place in the worshiping congregation of the church. They may have some wiggles and a need to move, but they are as much God’s children as the rest of us.
We have children’s bulletins in the back of the sanctuary, along with a child-sized place to color and learn. For those who prefer to be in their seats, there are worship bags that can be borrowed hanging by the usher’s stand when you enter.
Finally, should you or your child need a break, there is Family Quiet room that is connected with the sanctuary by a one-way mirror and which has the service sound piped in.
Any member of Bethlehem is happy to be of assistance, particularly during worship if you have a question about what is happening during the service.
If you have a specific questions about where to find a certain area in the building or movements during the service, our Ushers are more than happy to point you in the right direction.