Our prayer together is always liturgical, following the historical forms of the Church. We read Holy Scriptures as they are appointed in the Lectionary. The sermon explains those readings in terms of the Law and Gospel. In this we rely on Martin Luther's (1483-1546) understanding of Christ's mission and life.
Our hymns and choral music reinforce the Scriptures read, proclaimed and prayed in our worship. This supports the solemnity of our praise to God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Historical vestments and traditional rituals also contribute to the richness of worship. All our corporate worship is offered within the consecrated walls of our church which is deemed God's holy and sacred house of prayer.
Sunday Worship 8:00 am Holy Eucharist - Chapel
10:30 am Choral Eucharist - Nave
8:00 pm Compline - Chapel
Wednesday Worship 9:30 am Matins - Chapel
11:45 am Holy Eucharist - Chapel
7:00 pm Vespers - Chapel
7:20 pm Reserve Sacrament - Chapel
Sacrament of Penance 3-5 pm Third Saturday - Chapel
Sunday Nursery 10:30 am Child Care 4 yrs. and under.
* Baptisms arranged through the Pastor.
* Weddings arranged through the Pastor.
(Click on * pages in opening page line-up.)
Seasonal Worship Services: See below Ę.
First Lutheran Church of West Seattle
4105 California Avenue S.W. Seattle, Washington 98116
(206) 935-6530 Fax (206) 935-5205
webmaster: Sonja Clemente
All Saints' Parish Festival Celebration
On Sunday, November 1st, we will gather together to give thanks for our community of faithful, baptized servants of God.
On this rich day of the church year we gather to remember our calling as God's saints, rededicating our lives to God's service and rejoicing in the ministry of Christ. This day we also join the Church Catholic in affirming our belief in "the communion of saints" remembering all those faithful who have died in Christ.
8:00 am Holy Eucharist – chapel
10:30 am Festival Eucharist – nave
with Festival Procession.
12 pm All Saints’ Luncheon
Please sign up on the list
posted in the lounge.
The season of Pentecost and the Church Year will end with the celebration of the Kingship of Christ at the Sunday morning liturgies, November 22nd. On this day we strengthen the belief that Christ is above all and that every authority is under Him (Eph. 1.21). We rejoice that the one who is, who was and is to come (Rev. 1:8) is the King and Lord of all!
The season of Advent, the first season of the Church Year, is a time when the church focuses its attention on the Lord’s coming, and our need to repent.
Join us on Sunday, November 29th.
8:00 am Holy Eucharist in the chapel
9:00 am Adult Education in rm. D
Advent Faire in rooms 7-8.
10:30 am Holy Eucharist in the nave