Worship Service Schedule - Fall 2021
- Saturday 5:30pm -- Living Water Communion In-person (Sanctuary)
- Sunday 8:30am --- Classic Worship In-person and virtual (Facebook Live)
- Sunday 10:30am -- Praise Worship In-person and virtual (Facebook Live)
Accessing FLCS Streamed Services:
To honor state health directives, and to ensure the greatest safety and protection for our community, our current listing of services and gatherings has been updated. At this time, masks are required for all attendees to indoor worship services and events (effective 7/17/2021). Thank you for your patience and understanding.
We hope that our worship services will provide inspiration and hope at this difficult time for us all. We encourage those at higher health risk to continue participating safely from home, through our streaming options. For more information, please read the resources, links, and files on this page or contact the church office. All are welcome!
Sunday Worship services will continue to be streamed through Facebook Live as well as in-person, and can be accessed whether you have a Facebook account or not. Below are the files and links that will work during the live stream times. These videos will be posted live, and are also available to view after the live stream is done. You might have a prompt to initiate a Facebook account. However, there is an option below the pop-up to not make an account and see the videos and even the other content on the page -- choose "Not Now.
Every week this community gathers in a variety of settings and styles of worship. Worship, at its most basic, is prayer, praise and thanksgiving of the world’s Creator. Whether at morning or evening prayer, or gathered around Word and Sacrament, this community opens its arms to all who desire to “come into God’s presence with thanksgiving, and into God’s courts with praise (Psalm 100:4).”
Particularly in the Holy Communion services, we participate in the most ancient shape of Christian worship and life: “And the believers devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, to community, to the breaking of the Bread, and to prayer (Acts 2:42).”