Worship is the central component of life within the congregation at Shiloh Lutheran Church. We worship at 10:45 AM each Sunday, and service lasts about an hour. There is no dress code; come as you are!
Our worship space is traditional, and the same can be said about our worship. We follow a liturgy similar to many other churches. The word “liturgy” means, “work of the people,” which reminds us that worship should be participatory. Our worship includes four sections: Gathering, Word, Meal, and Sending.
We use the same basic scriptures each week as many other churches, called the Revised Common Lectionary. We recieve Holy Communion every Sunday using wine, but also provide grape juice. For special needs, please notify one of the ushers. All who are accustomed to receiving communion are welcome to do so each and every Sunday morning.