HE FORGIVES. WE REJOICE.
Worship. Who can describe it? Discover with us what it is to respond to God’s sure love in a way that is free, not forced, “lost in wonder, love and praise” for blessings found only in Jesus.
Midweek Worship Services
February 17 – March 24 | 7:00 PM
It’s a special time of year as we prepare for Holy Week and Easter celebrations. Come for a firsthand look at the account of Jesus’ suffering for you in the Gospel of Mark. Each week, see Jesus as one so completely “with us” in the way he attends to us and our needs. Yet he also goes to the cross alone “without us” as only he can atone for the sin of the world.
Worship with us in-person or online!
Gather With Us
Every Sunday morning, services begin at 8:00 and 10:00. Masks are required for all in-person services and attendance is limited to allow for distancing. We can’t wait to meet you!
The 10:00 am service is livestreamed on the Living Savior YouTube channel and Facebook page, both of which can be found as Living Savior Littleton:
February 21: “I’m alone in my struggles”
February 28: “I’m alone in my suffering”
March 7: “I’m alone trying to be perfect”
March 14: “I’m alone with my sin”
March 21: “I’m alone, period”
Living Savior’s podcast To Seek and To Save includes sermons from worship among its episodes. Check it out!
Worship services focus on readings from the Bible which point to Jesus as our Savior and teach us about the meaning of life with him. All sermons, hymns, prayers, music, and singing revolve around the Scripture readings each week.
Each service usually includes the following parts in a variety of forms:
THE INVOCATION – We call on the name of our Savior God as we gather to hear his Word and respond in praise to him.
ADMITTING SINS and RECEIVING FORGIVENESS – We begin as beggars, acknowledge our sinfulness deserves punishment from God. Then we are assured of forgiveness because of what Jesus Christ has done for us.
BIBLE READINGS – We hear selections from God’s Old Testament prophets, Jesus’ apostles, and from Jesus himself in the Gospels.
SERMON – The pastor offers instruction and encouragement in a Bible-based sermon. We hear how we can expect God’s guidance and grace for dealing with problems, as well as the promise of eternal life in heaven through Jesus.
RESPONSE TO GOD’S WORD – We respond with offerings, hymns, prayers and special music for the things God has promised to us and for strength to do what he has asked.
PARTING BLESSING – We hear one last assurance of God’s love and care. Can’t leave without it!