WORSHIP AT ST. ENOCH
"This is the feast of victory for our God." Come join us in this celebration.
The St. Enoch community of believers gathers for worship and to thank God.
The word of God as given to us in the Holy Bible is the foundation of our
worship, and threads its way through each part of what we call "liturgy". The
word "liturgy" means "the work of the people", that is, our active response in
offering our praise and thanksgiving. Each Sunday a member of the
congregation reads appointed scriptures from the Old and New Testaments, and
Pastor Cline preaches on those texts. Before the sermon, children are invited to
the front of the church for an informal chat with the pastor.
We celebrate the Lord's Supper (Holy Communion) on the first and third
Sundays of each month, plus special days. Those who choose to participate
receive bread and wine, claiming Jesus' word: "Take and eat. This is my body,
this is my blood, given for your for the forgiveness of sin. Do this in
remembrance of me." We believe that in this action we join in communion with
the saints, in the presence of Jesus Christ. We don't know just how this happens
- that is God's business. But we know that, saved by God's gracious act of
salvation through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, we are
renewed and refreshed to face the challenges of daily life.
Lutheran worship comes out of a strong tradition of choral music. St. Enoch
keeps this tradition alive with an active choir and with congregational singing.
The choir is always looking for new members. They practice on Wednesday
evenings from 7:00 to 8:30.
A nursery is available and accessible to the worship space. A call before
attending will guarantee that the nursery will be staffed for you.
Visitors and guests are always welcome to join us in any of our worship
Since 1835,walking with God by growing in faith, sharing Christ's love, serving our community.