Worship at St. James Lutheran

Everyone is welcome in worship at St. James Lutheran Church.
St. James is a member congregation of the ELCA that has both traditional and contemporary worship on Sunday mornings.

Holy Communion

Communion is served each Sunday. All are invited to the Lord’s table. The elements are distributed at the front of the sanctuary, but can be brought to the pew for anyone that wishes to remain seated. Children will receive a blessing unless a parent indicates that they shall receive the elements. At St. James, baptized children begin to commune on a regular basis at a time determined through mutual conversation with the pastor, child, parents and/or sponsors.

Come Worship With Us!

Sunday mornings
9:00 a.m. Common Ground Traditional
(Currently on Zoom due to COVID)
6:00 p.m. Reflection
A reflective worship service
(Currently at 6:30 p.m. on Facebook Live due to COVID)
Summer worship is
at 9:30 a.m.
(Memorial Day through Labor Day- not in 2020 due to COVID-19. We are keeping the 9:00 worship service that is on Zoom.)

Children Are Welcome

Children are welcome in worship at St. James. Children learn and grow in God’s love by experiencing worship as a valued member of the faith community. There is a special area in the back of the sanctuary for children that become restless. Rocking chairs are also located in the sanctuary for parents that would prefer to rock their child during worship. A nursery is also available for children under the age of five.


Following each worship service, all are invited for coffee, treats and fellowship in the commons. St. James is handicap accessible with an elevator to provide access to downstairs including Wold Hall and additional classrooms.

Recorded Zoom Worship Services

March 2020
April 2020
April 19, 2020  (passcode: 2E!D^*3d)
May 2020
June 2020
(Wildfire worship)
July 2020
August 2020
September 2020
September 20, 2020

Facebook Live


Worship Assistants

Lay members of the congregation assist with worship in a variety of ways including Assisting Minister, Lector, Usher, Communion Assistant and Greeter.


The first worship service features a choir and bell choir on a rotating basis.
The second worship service features piano music.

Children’s Leadership

Children are involved in worship by bringing forward the communion elements and by providing the sending at the close of worship.

Youth Leadership

Youth are involved in worship by serving as Acolytes, Cross Bearers, and even Lectors and Communion Assistants.