Welcome to Lord of Life Lutheran Church & Preschool!
We are glad that you are interested in learning more about us. Visiting a new church is confusing, so we've answered some frequently asked questions.
Where should I park?
We have visitor parking near the sidewalk on the outer parking lot. Handicap parking is located in the circle near the front door. The building is 100% handicap accesible.
Which door should I use?
We have two entrances, our main entrance by the circle and one facing Clarkson Road, which involves stairs.
What should I wear?
You are welcome to come to worship wearing whatever you find comfortable and appropriate in a public place. You will find some wearing coats and ties and others in jeans and tennis shoes.
What about my kids?
We love kids! And we place a high value on families being able to worship together. Nothing is more fundamental for raising kids to know and follow Jesus than being in worship together as a family. At the same time, we know that it isn't always easy, especially when kids are young or just starting in worship, we offer the following things to help.
Church Bags- located on the rack as you enter the sanctuary
Children's Bulletins- ask any usher
Nursery Care- Available during the 10:30 service- located in last classroom on the right in the education wing.
Will I be able to follow along with the service?
Yes! Each of our services provides a bulletin with the entire content of the worship service printed out. Large print bulletins also available.
Should I give at the offering?
This is an opportunity in our service for us to be able to give back to God out of what He has given to us. We do not expect visitors to participate unless you choose to give (contribution envelopes in each pew). We ask that you fill out the Guest card found in the pews and place it into the offering plate.
May I participate in Communion?
Communion is offered at every worship service. As a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, we practice close communion, in recognition of the fact that what we offer in communion is the true body and blood of Jesus Christ. Since this is a sacred meal we ask that if you have not been confirmed or hold to a confession of faith that differs from this church, that you speak to our pastor first.