Sherry Andersen, Resurrection’s Director of Worship & Music, is retiring at the end of January 2021 after serving nearly 29 years on RLC’s staff. We are grateful to Sherry for her years of passion and dedication to RLC’s worship, music, and welcoming atmosphere, and we are eager to support Sherry as she embraces the new […]
Resurrection offers weekly in-person Sunday morning worship services at 10 a.m. Self-screening and masks are required, attendance is limited to 15 households, and participants must sign-up in advance. Watch a livestream of the worship service at rlcindy.org/live
Resurrection offers weekly in-person mid-week worship services on Wednesdays, alternating between morning and evening services. Self-screening and masks are required, attendance is limited to 15 households, and participants must sign-up in advance.
This Christmas Eve, we gather outside at 6 p.m. around the main entrance to the church building for a short, standing worship service. We sing carols, hear the Christmas story with a brief reflection, and light candles as we sing Silent Night.
Many of us experience a mixed bag of emotions in what is known as a cheerful time of year, and this is especially true for 2020. Blue Christmas offers sacred space for those who wish to mark the coming of Christ in a quieter, more contemplative way. Sign-up is required.
Resurrection is holding an outdoor Confirmation Sunday worship service in Perry Park (accessible from Resurrection’s parking lot) on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 11 a.m. Worship includes Holy Communion and limited singing. Please bring your own chairs and masks.
We will gather outdoors at the church for a brief service of Evening Prayer on Wednesday, June 17 at 7 p.m. to commemorate the Emanuel Nine, who were shot and killed during a Bible study at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17, 2015.
The doors to the church building have been closed since mid-March, yet the life of Resurrection Lutheran Church has taken on new vigor. There’s lots of good news to share about our community of faith, so read on!
As the situation with COVID-19 rapidly develops, we face difficult decisions as a community of faith. This post continues to be updated with the latest information about activities at RLC. Please take a moment to read this important message.
Sunday, April 12, is Easter Sunday! Special resources for worshipping at home include a worship video, liturgy guide, and gospel reflection.