Crown of Life Lutheran Church & School

1292 Tally Ho Trail
Hubertus, WI  53033

Come... My Lord wants me to worship Him

It is our mission to bring people into the Church of Jesus Christ by:

v  Creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere that is inviting to our members as well as the community we serve

v  Providing worship services which are spiritually uplifting, challenging the spiritually comfortable to re-evaluate their faith while comforting the burdened souls through the forgiving message of Christ

v  Providing all people in the community the opportunity to worship the Lord regardless of age or special needs


Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs… Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.  (Psalm 100:2,4)


Regular Service Times

Sunday: 8:00 & 10:30 am
Thursdays: 7:00 pm

Holy Communion:
1st & 3rd weeks

Holy Communion may be received on the first and third Sundays -- both services, and on the Thursday before the corresponding services. Our guests who wish to partake of Holy Communion are asked to speak to the pastor before the service.

Prayer of the Week

Almighty God, we thank you for planting in us the seed of your Word.  By your Holy Spirit help us to receive it with joy and to bring forth fruits in faith and hope and love; through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.

About Our Worship

Our Worship Team takes seriously the weekly task of providing worship that sets Christ Jesus as Savior at center stage. We place a high value on the way Christians have worshipped for centuries and model their patterns. At the same time we look to embrace new styles and settings that our Heavenly Father is presently giving to his Church in the interest of telling the news of his Son to every soul.

In order to do that, we offer a rotating set of service orders that vary in style, but not in content. In the course of a few weeks you may experience the use of organ sound, a piano, guitars and other strings, brass and reed instruments, percussions of all kinds, hymns that are 500 years old, as well as songs that are relatively new. You might worship on a quiet evening with a few, or on a festive morning with a crowd. But the fabric of what we call "liturgy" (as seen below) will always be noticeable, and it will always have the goal of sharing Christ.


Invocation (Father, Son and Holy Spirit)

Confession of Sins & Absolution/ Forgiveness of Sins

Prayers of Preparation

Hymns/ Songs/ Psalms

Planned Lessons from God's Word

Sermon (A timely Bible message prepared by the pastor for the local congregation)

Prayers for All People

Offerings (monetary, musical, and otherwise)

Lord's Supper (Communion)

Closing Blessing