Worship Grounded in Scripture
Worship at Reformation is grounded in the rich liturgical history of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, where worship is an experience of the Biblical Story, a proclamation of the Gospel in today’s world and the celebration of Eucharist. In the worship folder you will receive as your guide on Sunday mornings, you will notice biblical citations for much of what we do. During the year we use a variety of liturgical formats enhanced by the Reformation Choir and outstanding music from one of Washington’s premier pipe organs. The time of worship is a celebration of inclusiveness, hospitality, gratitude, thanksgiving and praise. Worship is a time that renews our sense of self and empowers our ‘being’ in the world. Lutheran liturgy is participatory --the word liturgy literally means the work of the people-- and all are invited to “enter in” as we celebrate the good news of Christ together. We hope you will join us!