Frequently Asked Questions
Where and when are the church's services?
Pilgrim's services are in our sanctuary. New for 2019, we have one worship service on Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m.
What should I wear?
The church office has compiled a catalog of acceptable worship clothing. Just kidding! Feel free to wear whatever clothes make you feel most comfortable. We care more that you’re here, than what you wear.
What are your services like?
Pilgrim's services focus mostly on worship and preaching. We’ll share some announcements during the morning, express our hearts to God through music, and hear a teaching about God’s word. Our worship style can range from the rich, historical liturgies of our church to a more relaxed flow of worship that incorporates modern music while retaining the elements of worship that impart God’s grace through confession and forgiveness and an expression of God’s majestic presence with us as we gather in worship.
Both before and after the service, our fellowship hall is open to talk more with people you’ve met and grab a cup of good "Lutheran" coffee.
Will I have to say anything, sign anything, or be singled out?
Rest assured that you won't be put on the spot, singled-out, or embarrassed. Though we do receive an offering, we don't want anyone to feel obligated to give. Your presence is quite enough of a gift for us. We do like to collect some basic information from people in our guest registry, but if you'd prefer not to, that's all right with us.
What will my kids do?
Children are welcome to stay with you throughout the worship service, but we know that the little ones need a break now and then. We have a space set aside as a “nursery.” It is unstaffed at this time, so you will need to stay with your child. However, it is there as a respite.
During the Sunday School hour (8:45-9:45 a.m.) children ages 3 - high school can participate in curriculum tailored for each age group.
Parents are always welcome to attend and observe any of our children’s ministries.
What about Bible Study?
Adult Sunday school class (8:45 -9:45 a.m.) offers in-depth exploration of Biblical truths and contemporary issues that affect our lives. Additional small groups meet throughout the week with selected topics of study.