What to Expect
First, thanks for visiting us. Concordia is a congregation that delights in having visitors, and we want to be as helpful as we can be. There’s a lot going on around here, so it takes little time to figure it all out. Remember, we have all been there. Concordia is 140+ years old and so, in a way, all of us are newcomers.
A Warm Greeting
A heartfelt greeting is part of what makes a church a church. No matter what question you might have just ask. Our greeters are there to help you get settled and comfortable.
Worship at Concordia values the heritage of Christian worship received through the centuries without sacrificing the joy of our particular 21st century time and place in worship form and song. Come and be energized by warm, Christ-centered worship. We have two worship spaces: the Sanctuary is a traditional-looking worship room with music led by organ and choirs, and the Concordia Center is a modern space with music led by our worship team using instruments like guitar, drums and keyboard.
Concordia is a church for people of all ages and backgrounds. Some people come dressed in a suit and tie and others in jeans. Come with your questions, doubts, and burdens and find healing and hope.
We welcome children in worship. For those times when kids need a break, we offer a Cry Room in the Concordia Center for restless kids and nursing infants. We also offer Nursery from 9:00am-noon on Sunday mornings. Children, ages birth-four-years-old, are cared for in the Nursery, located directly across from the Concordia Center and through the doors to the Sanctuary Commons. Worship bags for children are available outside the worship center and sanctuary as well.
Concordia is committed to creating a place where adults and families of children and youth with special needs can comfortably and confidently attend worship. We hope to minister to each member of the family so they will be able to ultimately call Concordia their spiritual home. We offer Assistive Listening Devices in all services for those with some hearing loss, American Sign Language (ASL) interpreted worship at 9:30am in the Concordia Center and, upon request, braille bulletins. If you have any accessibility questions, please contact Jessica Crawford.