Other Worship Opportunities


Advent Midweek

Advent marks the beginning of the church year and begins four weeks before Christmas. It is the season of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Jesus' birth.

Advent Midweek worship is on Wednesdays at 12:15pm and 7:00pm.  

Blue Christmas

Blue Christmas worship offers special recognition of the struggles that many people face during holiday season. It is a worship of remembrance, rest, comfort, and healing. 

Christmas Eve & Christmas Day

Christmas Eve and Christmas Day worship celebrates the birth of Jesus.

Christmas Eve worship is December 24 at 7:00pm and 9:30pm.  

Christmas Day worship is at 10:00am.

Lent Midweek

Lent is a season of forty days, not counting Sundays, which begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday. It is a time of self-examination, reflection, repentance, fasting, and preparation for the coming of Easter. 

Lent Midweek worship is on Wednesdays at 12:15pm and 7:00pm.

Holy Week

Holy Week is the week preceding Easter. It begins on Palm Sunday and is time of somber reflection on the events preceding Jesus’ death: his triumphant entry into Jerusalem; his betrayal by Judas; his Last Supper with his twelve apostles; his arrest, crucifixion and death; and his burial in a tomb.
Palm Sunday worship is at 8:30am and 11:00am.

Maundy Thursday worship is at 12:15pm and 7:00pm.

Good Friday worship is at 12:15pm and 7:00pm.

Easter Sunday worship is at 8:30am and 11:00am.

Harvest Blessing

Harvest Blessing is an outdoor worship service that occurs in late May or early June, prior to wheat harvest.  We give thanks to God for farmers and grain, and ask for a safe and bountiful harvest.


God's Work. Our Hands. Sunday


"God’s work. Our hands.” Sunday is an opportunity to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – one church, freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor.  We worship, serve, and share fellowship with the other ELCA congregations in Salina.

Gods Work. Our Hands. Sunday is typically the 2nd Sunday in September.