What does a Sunday service look like?

Our Sunday service (also called the "liturgy") is guided by the tradition of the Book of Common Prayer.  The liturgy is divided into two parts: the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Table.  The Liturgy of the Word includes a general confession of sin, several readings from the Scriptures, a sermon, a Creed, and intercessory prayers.  At the Liturgy of the Table we turn to the Communion proper, and receive God's gracious giving of himself through blessed bread and wine.  During the course of the liturgy we also sing some traditional hymns.  The liturgy in total lasts about an hour.

We worship in a community center, which lends itself to a relaxed atmosphere.  It's hard to take yourself too seriously when there's a pool table nearby!  Dress as you are comfortable.  Join us on Sundays at 10:00 AM at the "His Place" Community Center (170 E. State Highway 31), which is next door to Trinity Lutheran Church and the Eagle Hill Disc Golf course, right between McAlester and Krebs.

Should I receive Communion?

All who have been baptized in water, in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, are welcome to the Lord's Table (this baptism can be as an infant or an adult, and can be sprinkling, pouring, or immersion).  It is the Lord's Table, not ours, and membership in the Anglican Church is not required to receive Communion.