Here you will discover a sacred space where all people are welcomed, honored and invited to participate in our corporate worship of God. Our common love for Jesus Christ and the work we are called to fulfill in our own time and place is the center of our time of worship.
Our services are filled with liturgy, hymns, silent and communal prayers, scripture, communion, fellowship and love. Woven throughout the service, our musical offerings of congragational singing, choirs of all different ages, bell choirs, and other muscial pieces add to the depth and beauty of our time of worship. The children's messages during 'A Time for All' encourages our youngest participants in a way that is fun and memorable for all. Our pastor's sermons, based in scripture and its relevance to our present daily life and filled with personable details and humor, focuses on our relationship with God and one another and our call to follow the ways of love and compassion that Jesus Christ has taught us.
We strive to live our our belief that “wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcomed here” at Heidelberg UCC – and for those who seek it, you’ll find a spiritual home.
Our worship service begins at 10:30am
(from the 2nd Sunday in September through the 2nd Sunday in June.) Sunday School is held at 9am - for children, youth, and adults of all ages.
Our summer worship service beging at 9:30am
(Starting the 3rd Sunday in June until the 1st Sunday in September) No Sunday School is held during the summer season.
Come, worship with us and we’ll join our voices together in praising God and doing good in our community as the hearts, and hands, and voices of our loving God.
Additional information about our services:
Sacrament of Communion is celebrated each month, on the first Sunday and also on special days in the liturgical year.
Special Services are offered throughout the year including Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve, Holy Week, and Easter. Two of these services are done jointly with Jerusalem Lutheran Church. In addition, we include celebrations and “ministry moments” during weekly worship services for the various missions, charity efforts, and special interests of our membership and community.
Special hearing aids are available for those that are in need of it during the service.
Our building is completely wheelchair accessible from the outside, with the main entrance leading to our narthex, sanctuary, pastor's office, secretary's office, parlor and two restrooms. Our side entrance gives access to the children and teen's sunday school classrooms, the kitchen, several restrooms, and the fellowship hall.