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We know that different people have different tastes when it comes to the style of the worship experience. While the message remains the same, @FJLC we enjoy a wide variety of worship experiences.
Worship is the central activity of the community of our faith and every ministry of FJLC finds its genesis in the communal act of worshipping God. Through Worship we are energized, enriched, engaged and challenged to serve as the presence of Jesus in our homes, places of work & play, and within the community of the church.
Fall Worship Schedule Begins the Sunday following Labor Day Weekend and
goes through Sunday prior to Memorial Day Weekend
Wednesday | 6:00 pm (Contemplation and Communion)
Sunday | 9:00 am (Traditional Style)
Sunday | 11:00 am (Contemporary Style)
Our Sunday 9am service is Traditional in style. We worship using liturgy, hymns and our common Christian Creeds. We celebrate Holy Communion weekly and find comfort in the time honored traditions of the church and our denomination.
Our Sunday 11am service uses more contemporary forms of worship. We are led by our Praise band and use songs that are of the style that one might find on the radio. We celebrate the Sacraments of the church, we pray, and hear God's word in a way that is relevant to our daily lives.
Our Wednesday, 6:00 pm service is a brief and informal worship service. We gather in the music alcove of the Worship Center to sing a few songs, contemplate a piece of one of the texts for the following Sunday, pray and share Holy Communion.
Special Worship Opportunities are celebrated at various times of the Year. During the 4 weeks prior to Christmas [Sunday November 27 - December 18, 2022], we celebrate Advent where we focus on what it means for us that God, out of total love for the world, sent us Jesus.
Lent and Holy Week | As we do with Advent, so too we prepare for Easter with special worship opportunities in Lent (Ash Wednesday [February 22] - Maundy Thursday [April 6]). In Lent we choose a theme that reflects the focuses of the purpose of Lent - self reflection and faith examination. Following Lent are the "Great Three Days" of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Vigil. These services mark the passage of Jesus from the institution of the last supper to his crucifixion and burial. Resurrection is celebrated on Easter Sunday [April 9].
Our worship is an evolving experience in which we are always striving to provide a dynamic and spiritual worship experience joining time honored liturgies and fresh expressions of our faith. Our goal is to provide an experience that is relevant to life, comforting for the afflicted and afflicting to the comfortable.
The links below provide a brief description of each of our worship gatherings. We strive to ensure that there is something for everyone. If you don't find what you are looking for or you have suggestions for something new and different - give us a shout. You can use our online connection card to communicate directly with our staff.