Welcome to our Live Worship Stream

***Note: We are presently working on “streaming issues” especially with the 10:30 am service. Thanks in advance for your patience!

(PLEASE USE THIS LINK IF ANY PROBLEMS WITH VIDEO OR AUDIO)(See how to use Chrome at the bottom of this page)

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We broadcast live from our Sanctuary each weekly liturgy as well as weddings, baptisms, funerals, memorial services, and other celebrations of life for those who can not attend in person. Worship service times are 5:00 pm Saturday, and 8:15 and 10:30 am on Sunday.

Please let us know where you are watching our live streaming feature by clicking here please also leave your name, if you choose, and a message for Pastor Jeff. Thanks for joining us in weekend worship!

Hit “Control and R” at the same time to refresh this page if the update circle keeps spinning. Also, if you have trouble anyway, try this link: Click Here For Streaming

Songs sung by the assembly each year! We are a singing church


Our Choir

St. Augustine once said: Those who sing pray twice. We believe this here at Messiah. There are so many opportunities to join in song. Come and be a part of the Adult Mixed choir or join your gifts of music or instrument with the Celebrate Group at the 10:30 AM liturgy each Sunday. Perhaps you’d like to sing with the men’s ensemble or the Women’s Group. Whatever your desire, there will be a place for you. If you’d like more information or if you’d like to share an instrumental gift please contact our Music Coordinator, Clyde Nyhus music@messiahchurch.com or stop by and chat some Sunday morning. Come, Sing, and pray twice!
Click here for our music videos

Streaming with Chrome

When the streaming is live in Chrome, drift your mouse over the lower right of your streaming screen. You will see the word “LIVE” and some blue bars. Click on the the bar most to the right and the audio should work. These bars are for adjusting the volume and a recent Chrome update cause the setting for the audio to be at the lowest bar.