What to Expect
Join Us for Worship
Sundays at 7:45 am
Early Service in the Arbor Sanctuary
Sundays from 8:45 – 9:45 am
Adult Education in the Arbor Sanctuary
Sundays at 10:00 am
Late Service in the Vineyard
Children & Youth Sunday School in the Arbor
19691 Cypress View Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33967
7:45 am Worship Service
A quiet, traditional service based on the Lutheran/Episcopal liturgies is celebrated in the Arbor. The service begins at 7:45 and usually concludes around 8:30 am.
10:00 am Worship Service
A more contemporary, relaxed mode based on the Lutheran liturgy is celebrated in the Vineyard. Choir and music support the elements of the service. Sunday’s Cool/Children’s Church provides youth a chance to participate. Service begins at 10:00 am and concludes around 11:15 am.
The Arbor houses our more intimate sanctuary for worship. It also houses the offices of the Pastor and the administrative staff. A conference room is available for small meetings. The Fellowship Hall with attached kitchen is available for gatherings/dinners/events of all sorts.
The Vineyard is our largest building and is designed for multiple purposes. On Sundays, it is used for the Awesome Grace Worship service. During the week, it houses several classrooms for Preschool at the Lamb. And on Thanksgiving Day, it is converted into an assembly hall to package and deliver over 6,700 meals to the community.
Sunday’s Cool is an activity-filled Sunday School for children. We invite any and all children from 3 years old to 5th graders to attend Sunday’s Cool Children’s Church during the 10:00 am service.
Infant to age 3 children are welcome to visit the Nursery during the 10:00 am service every Sunday morning.
Holy Communion is offered to all people at every service regardless of background or where they are on their journey of faith.
Sermons at Lamb of God are the same for both Sunday Morning services. They are scripture based initiating a conversation with interpretations of what the readings mean for living in today’s world. The style is simple and informal.
Worship accommodates typical practices in protestant churches today and make take a special flavor depending on the time of year. Instructions from the pulpit assist the congregation at all times in understanding what is expected at any given point in the service.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Order of Worship is printed on the Bunch of News, our weekly handout. Each week, we worship and learn together. We participate in communion every Sunday, and fellowship after service at Coffee Hour.
At the early service, either kneeling or standing to receive communion is common. At the later service, communication is administered in stations with an usher guiding you to the right place at the right.
Kathleen Busbee, our Children and Youth Ministry Director, is awesome. She and the other Sunday’s School teachers will provide a lesson for the kids while you’re in church. After the sermon, the children join the adults for Children’s Message, where they share what they learned, then return to sit with their families for Communion and the Closing.