Lutheran worship is centered on the Gospel (good news) that Jesus Christ is the world’s Savior. God demands perfect obedience to His law, which we as sinners could never achieve, but Jesus kept the law in our place. He obeyed the law in our place and died the death that we deserved. Through His life and death, we are forgiven and restored to God’s family. Jesus paid the price so that we can spend an eternity in heaven.
In worship, we seek to thank and praise God for His amazing love. We strive to declare the worth that He has in our lives. We also gather in public worship to receive the Lord’s Supper, to confess our sins and hear God’s forgiveness, to sing and pray together. Our presence in worship serves as an encouragement our fellow believers in the faith.