Summer Schedule (Beginning May 27, 2018 until mid-August)
- No Sunday School
- 9:30 am – Worship
Sunday morning schedule
- 9:00 am – Sunday School
- 10:30 am – Worship
- after service – Coffee Fellowship
We have one service at 10:30 am, Sundays, with Sunday School at 9:00 am. This blended style service follows some of the traditional liturgy with both hymns and contemporary music. Every first Sunday of the month, we have a full traditional service. During Lent, special mid-week services are held on Wednesdays (7pm), preceded by Soup & Bread Suppers (6pm). Special services are held during Advent, Holy Week, on Thanksgiving Eve, and on Christmas Eve. Worship times change during the summer.
LCG has many ministries and we would love to see you at an event, Sunday School, or as an active part of a committee.
Sunday School for all ages, Vacation Bible School, bible studies, and other educational courses are all part of Christian Education at LCG.
We’re rebuilding our youth program at LCG! Former LCG youth Tara Shelton volunteers as our youth director.
Gathering together is one of the ways LCG supports fellow Christians. The Fellowship Committee is very active and hosts a variety of events throughout the year.
We love music at LCG, and we strongly believe that music can both glorify God and share the gospel. We strive for both objectives every Sunday. Our traditional service features a classic organ sound, while the blended service features acoustic guitar and band.
We put the love of God into action by helping others. LCG supports the Alee Shelter (home for victims of domestic violence), Lutheran World Relief (special offerings for tsunami/earthquake victims), Habitat for Humanity (affordable housing), Prison Fellowship (worship and visitation at the Department of Corrections), Pacific Missionary Aviation (assistance for the Micronesian Islands), Pacific Islands Bible College (training servant leaders for Micronesia), KTWG (Christian radio), The Oasis (empowerment for women) and more. Our Coffee Fellowship (refreshments) each Sunday offers social opportunity among our members and friends.
Outreach and Missions
Begun as the Lutheran Serviceman’s Center in 1962, LCG continues to reach out to our military personnel and their families. We continue to look for ways to be a “home away from home” for our Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard and Army folk. Soon 9,000 Marines are scheduled to be stationed on Guam, as well. Additionally, however, we’re seeking to reach more non-military residents of Guam, both “locals” and ex-pats. Currently, LCG members hail from nine different nations–although the majority of our people come from the United States. We are always looking for ways to better identify, invite and integrate newcomers into our life and mission. In addition, we offer occasional mission trips (eg, Palau in July 2008) to assist our Christian partners in their outreach efforts.