Planning Your Visit

If this will be your first time visiting Lucerne Community Church, you are in the right spot. We hope this information will help your visit be as comfortable and positive an experience as possible.

Sunday Schedule

Sunday School starts at 9:45 am.

Snacks and Coffee served at 10:30 am.

Worship Hour starts at 11:00 am.

Lunch is available for everyone after Worship Hour

Street view photo of Lucerne Community Church building.

Order of Service

Below is a typical Worship Hour order of service. Occasionally, it will change, but this is the general format you can expect to see.

Welcome & Announcement
Greeting Time
Opening Song
Opening Prayer
Praise and Worship Songs
Bible Message
Closing Song
Closing Prayer

Map of Our Facilities

What to Expect on Your First Visit

It can be intimidating for some people to visit a new church. However, our goal is to make everyone who comes through our doors feel welcomed and at home. We are not perfect people and, likewise, don’t expect you to be either. In short, everyone comes with their own hurts and hang-ups, but our hope is to find true peace and healing through God’s grace and mercy and through the comfort and encouragement of our Christian brothers and sisters.

Each week, you will hear expository teaching straight from the scriptures. In other words, that means our Bibles are open, we are reading what it actually says, and learning how to apply what it says to our lives today. Additionally, you will hear illustrations, examples, and testimonies of those Biblical principles both being applied correctly and incorrectly in today’s world. And don’t be surprised if you find yourself laughing every now and then at a humorous story. Above all, the messages help each of us know God more and serve Him better.

Whether you enjoy “good ol’ times” hymns or upbeat contemporary praise, you will find it here. We don’t play favorites to one style or the other. Instead, we mix both into our worship. Our only requirement for the songs we sing is that they accurately represent God and Biblical teaching. Also, as best as we are able, we try to align our music to complement and affirm the message being taught that day. 

God saves you just as you are, so we welcome you just as you are. There is no dress code to meet other than a dash of modesty. Whether you like to dress up or go casual, come and worship with us. Some in our congregation come from the wearing-your-Sunday-best tradition and some do not, so you will see both. And regardless of your choice, we’ll be happy to see you. 

We do have a small children’s group available that we hope will continue to grow. Right now, during Sunday School time, children have their own class they can attend in one of the classrooms. After that, we all come back together for the Family Worship Hour. Also, the sanctuary does have a small nursery room that some of the younger children will play in during the service, supervised by their parent or an authorized member of the congregation. The nursery room has a large window facing into the sanctuary and has speakers to hear the service.