Sunday Worship is at 8:30 & 11:00 am.
Worship at Abiding Love is rooted in Lutheran traditions, with strong liturgies and Gospel-centered messages. Worship includes a blend of liturgical elements and musical styles.
Communion is shared every Sunday at both services, and all are welcome to the table! Wine and grape juice are always available, as well as gluten free wafers upon request. Adults and children who do not wish to receive communion are welcome to come forward for a blessing.
Children are active participants in the Abiding Love community and are always welcome in the worship service.
Ushers are available if you need assistance finding a seat, the restrooms, or have questions. The order of service is projected so you can easily follow along. Assistive listening devices are available for use during worship.
You will have an opportunity to provide some contact information so that we can welcome you during the week. We will not add your name to any mailing list without your permission.
Attire is casual.
Abiding Love Worship Services Online
Abiding Love streams worship live on Sunday morning at 8:30am and 10:00am.
Abiding Love offers the following learning opportunities on Sundays, 9:45 am:
Adult Bible Boosters – In-depth study of the Old and New Testaments. Meets in the Classroom.
Adult Forum – Bible study and reading/discussion on a variety of topics led by Pastor Brad Highum and visiting teachers. Meets in the Sanctuary.
September - May
Godly Play: Infants—3rd Grade
Children are invited to engage in spiritual discovery through stories, parables, silence, and sacred liturgy, Godly Play helps children discover God, themselves, one another and the world around them. Meet in the Sanctuary for opening.
Submerge: 4th-5th Grade
Students explore biblical stories around a common theme, ask questions, and share in conversation. Submerge is meant to serve as a "bridge" between Godly Play and Confirmation. Meet in the Sanctuary for opening.
Middle School students explore the Bible, Lutheran theology, and what it means to be a person of faith in the world. Meet in the Middle School Classroom.
High School: 9th-12th
Students gather for small group study and conversations. Meet in the High School Classroom.