We would love for you to join us at either of our services. We are now worshiping In-Person Services at both 9 a.m. and at 10:30 a.m.. These services will follow COVID protocols and safety measures.
Our 9:00 service will continue to be broadcast live on our Facebook page and can be viewed at all times via our Facebook page. Use this link to connect to our Facebook Live Service at 9:00 a.m.
The 10:30 service will also continue to be live via Zoom. To join us follow the link below.
A link for the Sunday bulletin is also included.
Whether you are with us in person, or via an online method, we welcome you to share in the love of Christ as we praise God for His gifts, His guidance, and His continued presence in our lives.
As we return to some gatherings at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, we will follow procedures to keep all healthy and safe. To review this information, follow the link below.
Prepackaged, preconsecrated communion kits are available and will need to be picked up at the church Tuesday or Wednesday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., or Sunday mornings at the parking lot service. Call the HSLC office if other arrangements need to be made.
In Sunday worship, the lector is responsible for reading the first and second lessons and for leading the congregation in reading the Psalm responsively. At other services, the duties may vary, but they will always involve reading the Scripture. This is one of the most significant parts of any worship service, and it is important to prepare so that you can read well. Here are a few tips.
1. Take the time to read the lessons and the Psalm ahead of time. How do you know what the lessons are for your Sunday? You can find them on the here on the ELCA website. You will need to scroll down to find the correct year. The readings are divided into the seasons of the church year; calendar dates are also given. If you don't have access to the web or if you have questions, please contact Deacon Linda or the church office.
2. Practice reading out loud. That way you will be able to divide the phrases properly and find anything that might trip you up.
3. If your reading includes some names that you aren't sure how to pronounce, NetMinistries has an on-line pronunciation guide where you can hear the words pronounced. Once again, if you have questions, ask Deacon Linda or Pastor Gerry.
4. It is best to read slowly and clearly. If you get lost in the reading, just stop and restart.
5. Make sure that the microphone is on and in the proper position BEFORE the service starts, if possible.