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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

Music

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"Music is the 5th Gospel." - Martin Luther

 

Martin Luther loved music and brought song to the common people in worship as part of the early Reformation movement. This legacy continues at Holy Spirit, where each week the community joins in lots of exuberant singing together.

The first choir of the community is everyone! Whether joining voices in praise or lament, with sounds of exuberant and effusive to introspective and slow, we all are invited to make a joyful noise together.

On any given Sunday, you could join in a chorus from South Africa or Cameroon with drums, a recently written song or a hymn from the Western world led by piano and other instruments, a classic American or English hymn, and a German or Scandinavian chorale.

An important expression of our shared community and faith is singing together. The HSLC community, like Martin Luther, loves to sing!

In addition to offering music as part of the full community, there are a wide variety of musical groups that your participation in is very welcome! Click below to learn more about HSLC's varied music ministries, and complete the form at the bottom of this page to connect with HSLC's director of music and worship, John Sparkman, to express your interest in participating.

 

Vocal Music Ministries

Handbell Music Ministries

Instrumental Music Ministries

Concerts, CDs, and Recordings

Visual Liturgical Arts in Worship

Music in Education

 

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