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.
Worship Service starts at 11:00 am.
Order of Service
Below is a typical Worship Service order. Occasionally, it will change, but this is the general format you can expect to see.
Welcome & Announcement
Praise and Worship Songs
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.
Pastor Mark prefers teaching through books of the Bible from beginning to end. He switches between reading direct portions and summarizing portions while providing insights and interpretations along the way. He makes a point to highlight and explain how the passage fits into both the context of the specific book and the Bible as a whole. He also explains how the principles found the passage are relevant to us now.
From Pastor Mark: “To help answer this question, I want to share my approach to teaching. As a teacher, I believe everyone can learn–some quickly, some slowly–but everyone can. I also believe that most people who walk into a church are generally intelligent people who are curious about God and the Bible. I want to equip people to read the Bible well and to inspire excitement and joy for studying God’s word, so that we can be better prepared for doing the work that God has set before us. I want us to be honest about where we are and how we are doing as we read God’s words and fellowship with one another. But above all and of first importance, I seek to glorify God and point people to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, our righteous and holy Lord, King, and Savior.”
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.
Whether you prefer to dress up or dress casual, we want you to be comfortable when you come here. We just ask that everyone in attendance show modesty in their attire out of respect for others. Remember that the time is about worshipping God, so we avoid clothing that distracts from that aim and ask that you do the same.