Worship Online

“The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my Savior; my God is my rock, in whom I find protection. He is my shield, the power that saves me, and my place of safety. I call to the Lord, who is worthy of praise, and I am saved!”

Psalm 18: 2-3

Just because we can’t gather together doesn’t mean we can’t worship!

Below you will find resources to worship with us online. Watch or listen from your mobile device, computer, or smart TV, right where you are.  Read God’s word & share in family devotions.  We encourage you to join us as we make it a priority to worship together even when we can’t be together.
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Worship With Us

Worship With Us

Weekly Worship Videos and past sermon audios can be accessed by clicking one of the links below

WORSHIP VIDEOS     SERMON AUDIO

Online Bible Studies

Online Bible Studies

Though Adult Bible Classes are currently on a hiatus, Young Adults & High School groups continued to meet online.  Find the login information here.

Online Bible Studies

Pray With Us

Pray With Us

Submit your prayer requests, pray for others, see prayers answered all on our interactive prayer wall

Prayer Wall

Family Devotions

Family Devotions

We encourage you to use these devotions to help bring you closer to Jesus and each other.

Devotions

Podcasts & Talk Shows

Podcasts & Talk Shows

Here are some podcasts & talk shows we recommend. Give them a listen!

Podcasts & Talk Shows

Lutheran Hour Ministries

Lutheran Hour Ministries

Lutheran Hour Ministries is a trusted resource in global media that equips and engages a vibrant volunteer base to passionately proclaim the Gospel to more than 136 million people worldwide each week.  We encourage you to check out their devotions and other resources.

Go to Lutheran Hour Ministries

On Living in an Atomic Age

On Living in an Atomic Age

In 1948 C. S. Lewis wrote his views on living in a time when the threat of atomic annihilation felt very real.  Simply replace the “atomic bomb” with “virus” and the essential question Lewis raises are as relevant today as they have ever been.  Here Max McLean delivers Lewis’ address

On Living in an Atomic Age

CPH Resources

CPH Resources

CPH has a series of resources to help guide us through these uncertain times. We encourage you to explore them.

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