The Lutheran church defines itself as "the assembly of believers among which the Gospel is preached and Holy Sacraments administered according to the Gospel" (Augsburg Confession, VII)
At Reformation, we offer Holy Communion at every Sunday worship service, as well as other times during the church year. In the Lutheran celebration of the Eucharist, the elements of bread and wine are given to all communicants. Lutherans affirm the real bodily presence of Christ "in, with, and under" the elements of bread and wine at the Lord's Supper. Christ is sacramentally present for the communicant in the bread and wine because of the promise he gave at the institution of Holy Communion, when he said, "This is my body" and "This is my blood" (Matthew 26:26-28).
The Reformation Worship and Music Committee is responsible for selecting the hymns for each service and planning special services such as the Epiphany candlelight prayer service.
Check our worship schedule for dates and times of worship service and special events. Let us welcome you to our church family and the love of Jesus Christ, freely given to all.