Will I be able to take communion at Reformation?
Anyone who has been baptized into the Christian faith and receives communion in their tradition is welcome at our communion table. We use the intinction method of communion, which means that after you receive the wafer, you dip it into the chalice and then place it into your mouth. If you prefer grape juice, use the chalice on the tray of the bread server.
My toddler is too restless to sit still during an entire worship service. What provisions are there for parents like me?
A professionally staffed nursery is always available during services.
Is the church air-conditioned?
Is the church handicap accessible?
Yes – we are fully handicap accessible. We have an elevator and movable seating in the sanctuary to accommodate everyone.
Is there an active Women’s Group at Reformation?
There are many small-group opportunities for women at Reformation. These include the Altar Guild, the Needlework Group, Prayer Shawl Ministry, and the Handicrafters. There are also events specifically designed for women, such as Women’s Retreats. Women of the ELCA assists in the development of programs for women.
What activities does the church have for children and teens?
During the school year, the church has Sunday School classes for children, infants and up. There are opportunities for singing and playing instruments solo and in ensemble for Junior High & High School. Programming for senior high youth includes Youth Connection during the Sunday School hour. Junior high youth are involved in a confirmation program. R.O.C.K. – Reformation’s Outstanding Christian Kids also serves as our youth group program for those in junior and senior high. During the summer, the church may hold one or more week-long programs for the younger crowd, like the Vacation Bible School.
How can I find out more about what it means to be a member of Reformation?
The pastors offer an adult education class for exactly this purpose! Just let them know of your interest, and they will be happy to tell you when the next one is scheduled. Also, check out the website topic: what Lutherans’ believe for a brief synopsis.