We are so happy you have stopped by our site. We realize if you are planning to visit King of Glory you may have some questions about what to expect. Below is a list of commonly asked questions and answers. Where appropriate you will find links to additional information.
Q: What time is worship and how long does it run?
A: Worship services take place at 8:00am and 11:00am on Sunday mornings. A typical service lasts about 45-50 minutes.
Q: How often is communion celebrated?
A: Communion is celebrated on the 1st and 3rd Sunday’s of the month at both the 8:00am service and at the 11:00am service. Months with a 5th Sunday, communion is celebrated at both services.
Q: Can I take communion if I’m not a member?
A: To answer this question please visit our page on The Lord’s Supper.
Q: What kind of attire should I wear?
A: We have wide range of attire at King of Glory. You will find some folks in ties and dress while other will be in jeans and t-shirts. What is most important is that you are there, so come as you are!
Q: What do I need to bring? Do I need a bible?
A: All you really need to bring is yourself. Bibles for scripture references are provided in chair pockets but if you have a favorite bible by all means bring it along. We advocate taking notes and writing in your bible as God speaks to you.
Q: What does it mean to be a member of King of Glory?
A: We believe membership is all about participation. Being a “member” of King of Glory means you are a regular and active participant in the life of the church. While there is a process of becoming an “official” member of the church, we do not exclude anyone from participating in the ministry and activities of the church regardless of status.
Q: How do I become a member of King of Glory?
A: New member classes are offered periodically throughout the year. This 6 week class covers the basics of Lutheran theology. After completion of the class, participates will be recognized by the congregation during a worship service.
Q: What do I need to do to have my child baptized?
A: For an answer to this question see our page on baptism.
Q: How do I get to King of Glory?
A: For a map of our location click here.