You’ll find that Lutheran worship is often very similar to Catholic mass. The Lutheran church is part of the “liturgical tradition.”

Join us for Sundary Worship:
8:00, 9:30, 11:00am

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church is located on the corner of 100th Ave and 124th Street.

For Your Kids

Rainbow Kids (Preschool) available during 9:30am service

K - 5 available during the 9:30am and 11am services

Time 4 Tweens (6th Grade) available during 9:30am service

Breakfast Club (Jr & Sr High) available during 11am service



As a Lutheran congregation, we celebrate two sacraments: Holy Communion and Holy Baptism. Both are gifts of God, physical signs of God’s radical grace and love.


What do Lutherans teach about baptism?

Baptism is at the very heart of Lutheran theology; that we are loved, welcomed, and called to serve, even before we can do anything for ourselves. This is why Lutherans baptize infants; we are reminded that God’s deep love is a free gift, and the source of life.

Baptism also welcomes us into the community of faith. As part of that community, we are surrounded by people who will lift us up, challenge our ideas, comfort us when we grieve, and help us find a place to serve. In our baptism, we are given…

  • Identity – that we, with all people, are children of God
  • Community – a place to learn, grow, and experience God’s love
  • Calling – the invitation to use what we have in service of others

We do not celebrate baptisms during two season of the church year: Advent and Lent. Advent is the four weeks before Christmas; Lent is the six weeks before Easter. On Easter Sunday, we celebrate many baptisms at a special worship service. To schedule a baptism, please talk with one of the pastors.