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Service times:

8:45 AM
10:00 AM

Holy Week Schedule

Maundy Thursday, March 28

11:30 - Traditional Worship (Sanctuary)

5:30 - Traditional Worship (Sanctuary) with First Communion

7:00 - Contemporary Worship (Commons) with First Communion

8:15 - Last Supper Drama (Sanctuary)

Good Friday, March 29

7:00 - Good Friday Cantata & Seven Last Words Worship Service (Sanctuary)

Easter Saturday, March 30

9:30 - Kids Easter Rock ‘n Roll Event

7:00 - Easter Worship (Contemporary/Commons)

Easter Sunday, March 31

8:00 & 9:45 - Easter Worship (Traditional/Sanctuary)

9:00 & 10:30 - Easter Worship (Contemporary/Commons)

8:30 - 10:15 - Easter Breakfast (Downstairs)

What is Service Like?

We have two distinct worship services every Sunday as entry points for your family. Our Festival Traditional Service, which accommodates more of a traditional feel, Sundays at 8:45 am in our newly renovated historic sanctuary. Our Horizon Contemporary Service has more of a modern worship music styling and meets Sundays at 10:00 am in Horizon Commons on the north end of the building.

Where do I park?

There are two parking lots attached to the church where you can park. If you are attending our traditional worship service you can park in the south parking lot and enter through the steeple doors. If you're attending the contemporary service, you can park in the north parking lot. There is also parking along Old North Main Street.

What about my kids?

We love having kids in worship! For kids age 3–grade 5, we have KidZone that is dismissed partway through Horizon (10 am) worship. We provide a staffed nursery during Horizon on most Sundays, September-May, and video and sound in both lobbies if little ones get restless.

What is Lutheranism?

A Christian tradition with heritage and lineage of the Roman Catholic church initiated by Martin Luther during the reformation in 1519. For more information on what we believe please visit the What We Believe page, under about us.

We’d love to connect further! To connect with a staff member, we invite you to fill out the connect card or give us a call at 763-689-1211 with questions.

Lent MidWeek Worship

Wednesdays Feb 21-March 20

11:30 AM Traditional worship / Sanctuary. (Lunch afterward)

6:45 PM Contemporary Worship / Commons. This service is geared toward middle and high schoolers. All are welcome.

6:45 PM Vespers / Surge Space (lower level) Evening prayer service using the Holden Evening Prayer.

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Wednesday Lenten Speakers

Feb. 21

Mike Tessneer on the “Challenge of Living an Undivided Life.”  (Vespers)

Chuck Carstensen on the “Challenge of Living a Spirit-Filled Life.” (Traditional & Contemporary)

Feb. 28

Earl Pike on the “Challenge of Serving a World in Need.” (Traditional & Vespers)

Carrie Doom on the “Challenge of Finding Financial Peace.” (Contemporary)

March 6

Sheriff Wayne Seiberlich on “Challenging Youth to Make Wise Choices.” (Contemporary)

County Attorney Jeff Edblad on the “Challenges We Face as Community.” (Traditional & Vespers)

March 13

Pastor John Golv on the “Challenge of the First Commandment: No Other Gods.” (Traditional & Vespers)

Kate Roettger, CYF Director, on the “Challenge of Wellness & Social Media.” (Contemporary)

March 20

Pastor Amy Strydom on the “Challenge of Putting Others First.” (Traditional & Contemporary)

Gary Anderson on the “Challenge of War.” (Vespers)


Do you leave worship on Sunday mornings wishing you had the chance to dive deeper? Have you grown up in the church but still have significant questions? That’s ok! Are you new to church and unsure about the whole “Christian” thing? Great! All are welcome to try Alpha! Offered at various times throughout the year, Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over nine weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome.

For more info about Alpha contact Pastor Emily at
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Life Events


We ask that everyone discerning baptism for themselves or their child attend our Baptism Orientation Class on the 1st Saturday of each month at 11am. Contact the church for additional information, or if this falls on a major holiday. Bring preferred dates for your baptism, along with names of sponsors if available. We baptize all ages.


Contact the church office to receive our wedding handbook and learn about our process for scheduling weddings.


Cambridge Lutheran works with families and local funeral homes to serve those grieving the loss of loved ones. Your funeral home may be able to initiate contact with us in the event of death. If you have additional questions, contact the church office.


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