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LCHS Emmaus, PA

All Are Welcome

All Are Welcome At Holy Spirit in Emmaus, PA!

The Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit welcomes you. You are invited to worship on Sunday mornings, grow with Faith Formation Ministry, rejoice with Music Ministry, and serve with Outreach Ministry. Join us and be empowered by the Holy Spirit for Ministry in Daily Life.  Holy Spirit is a Stephen Ministry congregation and Reconciling In Christ congregation.

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Our Sunday Worship Service Schedule

The latest Bulletins for our Sunday services are available here.

Sermon videos are available on YouTube both here through our web site and on the church’s Facebook page: LCHS Facebook page.

7:30 am – Traditional Liturgy with Holy Communion

8:45 am – Spirit Alive! Current Worship & Music with Holy Communion. Bible readings from The Message Bible led by our Praise Ensemble

9:45 am – Faith Formation for all ages – Sunday School, Catechism, Center for Faith and Life, and Fellowship

9:50 am – Cafe Worship in the Speary Cafe, downstairs in room 10/11, is a less formal, brief interactive worship experience that runs concurrently with our Sunday morning Sunday School, Catechism and Center for Faith and Life.

10:45 am – Blended Worship & Music with traditional Lutheran Liturgy with Holy Communion, Bible readings from the New Revised Standard Version Bible with blended music by the Adult Choir

12:30 pm – Simplicity in God’s Presence, an informal worship service of healing, wholeness and hope is offered the 2nd Sunday of the month in March, June, September and December. We pray together, hear God’s Word, lay on hands, bless with oil, commune and listen for God’s healing. Large print worship bulletins are available.

2:30 pm – Our “Rejoicing Spirits” service is held on the 2nd Sunday of each month. It provides a worship experience specially crafted for Special Needs individuals and their caregivers. It is joyful and communal, and always includes fellowship socialization immediately after worship.