Worship

Worship at Creator is Bible focused in our words, music and teaching. Communion is available each week to remind all of God’s promises and nurture believers. Worship includes all ages with specific portions of worship directed at children for their faith growth. Worship is modern, yet maintains the Lutheran essence of theology and heritage.

There are lots of opportunity for serving the Lord through music, ushering, Altar Guild and more.

Team Leader: Dean Ramberg

Lent - A Time of Preparation

lent.jpgWhat is Lent?

Most simply defined, Lent is a time of preparation for Easter and the risen Christ. The purpose is to set aside time to reflect on Jesus Christ - his suffering and his sacrifice, his life, death, burial and resurrection. This reflection can take many forms including prayer, worship, self-denial, study of scripture, and service to others. Participation in Lent activities often provides opportunity for spiritual renewal through an active seeking of Christ in our life and our world.

Lent originated in the very...Read more

What Is Holy Week?

Holy Week

thOKY88TC6_1.jpgHoly Week begins with triumphant Palm Sunday and finishes with solemn Good Friday and Saturday vigil. It commemorates the events of the last week in Jesus’ life. Holy Week, together with Easter, is the most sacred part of the Church calendar, and is so important in the Gospel of the John that this single week is the focus of almost one half of the entire book.

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Music: Children and Youth (click here for more information!)

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SUNDAY SCHOOL MUSIC 

Sunday mornings from 9:45-10:45 is Family Sunday School at Creator!  Part of this hour is devoted to music, learning faith songs geared towards children, but also welcoming teens and adults to join!  The music portion is from 10:25-10:40 AM each week.  ALL ARE WELCOME

MUSIC FOR CHILDREN & YOUTH

(Pictured:  Marimba Camp, Summer 2017)

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All Call Choir (All Ages - click here for more info!)

All Call Choir is for all ages and ability levels.  The music is simple enough to be learned in 3 rehearsals for all who participate, even those who may not have any experience in music.  Don't want to sing?  We also have a hand chimes option!  Please let Dani know if you're interested at least once week prior to the first rehearsal (as she will need to create music parts).

All Call Christimas Choir Schedule 2018

Please commit to 2 regular rehearsals and the final rehearsal.  The song will be Jazz Gloria by Natalie Sleeth - here is the listening linkhttps://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/media-player.jsp?&type=audio&produc...

Regular Rehearsals (pick 2 to 4 of the following):

Music: Adults (click here for more info)

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Creator Choir

This choir is for high school youth (grades 9-12) through adults and rehearses each Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:3o PM.   Choir members strengthen their relationship with each other each week through devotions and prayer and song.  The choir sings 2-3 times a month at both services (8:30 and 11), allowing 2-3 Sundays off a month to focus on worship and prepare music from many different genres (gospel, jazz, classical, contemporary and more).  Please click on the link below to view the choir schedule for the fall.

Cantors (music leaders)

Ash Wednesday: Why The Ashes?

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Ash Wednesday is the name given to the first day of the season of Lent, which is a 40 day period of preparation prior to Easter and the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Like many Christian traditions, Ash Wednesday has its origins in Old Testament times and in the formation of the early Christian church.

Ashes were used in ancient times to express grief. When Tamar was raped by her half-brother, "she sprinkled ashes on her head, tore her robe, and with her face buried in her hands went away crying...Read more

Liturgical Fast Forward Sunday

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Sunday, November 26, 2017 - 8:30am

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Today is the last Sunday in the Liturgical year.  We call it Christ the King Sunday.  Next Sunday begins for us a new liturgical year with the first Sunday of Advent.  The church calendar is not in step with our everyday 12-month calendar. The church calendar invites us into a different kind of time. In the church, time is not measured by how old we are, what grade we’re in, or how many items we cross off of our to do list. In the church, time is not even linear.

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