Worship Schedule

      

 

                       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 and Reserve Sacrament - Chapel

 

                      Sacrament of Penance       3-5 pm Third Saturday - Chapel

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                      Sunday Nursery     10:30 am Child Care 4 yrs. and under.

                              

                               * Baptisms arranged through the Pastor.

                               * Weddings arranged through the Pastor.

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  First Lutheran Church of West Seattle

4105 California Avenue S.W.            Seattle, Washington  98116

(206) 935-6530                                               Fax  (206) 935-5205

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www.flcws.org

 

 

webmaster:  Sonja Clemente


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Holy Week and Easter

April 9       Sunday of the Passion

                        8:00 am    Holy Eucharist – Chapel

                        9:00 am    Church School Passion Faire

                      10:30 am    Holy Eucharist – Procession with Palms

                        8:00 pm    Compline

April 10     Monday in Holy Week:

                     Jesus’ Cleansing of the Temple

                      11:45 am    Holy Eucharist – Chapel

                        7:00 pm    Vespers

                                         The Great Litany - Chapel

April 11     Tuesday in Holy Week:

                     Anointing Jesus for Burial

                      11:45 am    Holy Eucharist – Chapel

                        7:00 pm    Vespers

                                         The Great Litany – Chapel

April 12     Wednesday in Holy Week:

                     The Betrayal of Jesus by Judas

                        9:30 am    Matins - Chapel

                      11:45 am    Holy Eucharist – Chapel

                        7:00 pm    Vespers

                                         The Great Litany – Chapel

April 13     Maundy Thursday:

                     The Last Supper

                      11:45 am    Holy Eucharist – Chapel

                        7:00 pm    Solemn Eucharist

                                         Stripping of the Altar

April 14     Good Friday:

                     The Crucifixion of Our Lord

                      9:30 am      Holy Eucharist – Chapel

                                            (Reserved Sacrament)

                        7:00 pm    Office of Tenebrae

                                            A Liturgy of Lessons, Hymns and Prayers

                                               (Reserved Sacrament)

April 15     Holy Saturday:

                     The Burial of Our Lord

                      11:45 am    Liturgy of the Burial – Chapel

                     Easter Vigil

                        7:00 pm    Liturgy of Light, Readings, Baptism

                                            and Holy Eucharist

April 16     The Resurrection of Our Lord:

                     Easter

                 9:00 to 10:00 am     Easter Brunch in the parish hall.

                 10:30 am     Festival Eucharist

                  8:00 pm     Compline


 

 

 

 

 

 

 Worship

 

We worship in the ancient, historical patterns that Christians have handed down through the centuries.  We celebrate the Lord's Supper at both of our liturgies on Sunday mornings, and on Wednesdays, every week of the year.  This is the way Christ wanted us to remember him on the Lord's Day.

 

 

      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.