join us in worship! 

We normally worship on Sunday mornings at 8:30am and 10:45am

(10am in the summer!). Make sure to check the front page of our website for any

special worship times.  


God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth.   (John 4:24)

Our worship tells the truth about our lives and God.  It reveals to us how our relationship is broken with God and how God repairs our lives through the saving work of Jesus through his life, death, and resurrection.  

We follow a 'liturgical' format, one that has been around for hundreds of years but has great contemporary significance.  We gather, hear God's Word, celebrate grace through the Lord's Supper, and are sent to share in Christ's mission of grace for God's world.  Our music is varied -- sometimes classical, sometimes more modern -- but the message is the same: God loves us and wants the best for us and all people!  A spot in the pew is saved for you this Sunday to discover the joy of God's grace.  

6801 Coit Rd, Plano, TX 75024

Holy Communion: 

The Church's favorite meal

Jesus loved to eat.  His favorite spot to teach people was around a table where he told stories about God's love, welcomed strangers who were far from God's grace, and shared in everyday experiences.  The earliest Christians made it a central habit to remember the story of Jesus around a meal, and our Scriptures tell us that Jesus is known and experienced through the breaking of bread. 


We believe that the table of holy communion isn't ours; it belongs to Jesus.  That means you don't have to be a member of our church or even a Lutheran to taste God's grace and receive God's forgiveness of your sins.  The meal is open to all ages because we all belong to God's family and have a spot at God's table.  We believe that remembering the story of Jesus and sharing the bread and wine is a primary habit of those who follow Jesus, so we celebrate holy communion most every time we gather for worship.  

Holy Baptism

By hearing of Jesus' saving work in our lives, we can't help but ask the question, "What shall we do?"  

The answer is to be baptized -- to be washed in the promises of God's grace to love us no matter what; to join the millions of others throughout time who have received the cleansing waters over their heads; and to become part of the household of God who now shares in Jesus' mission of grace.  Baptism is the way God gives us to respond to the grace extended to us in Jesus.

We delight in baptizing infants, children, and adults as a sign of our total dependence upon God's provision in life and to receive the promises of the life to come.  To explore more about baptism, please contact one of our pastors to schedule a time to discuss your needs.