We offer 2 Sunday morning worship services and one Sunday evening service on the 2nd Sunday of the month. Each service has unique offerings – we invite you to visit each service to find your special place at Lake Travis United Methodist Church.
Every Sunday morning worship service at LTUMC includes a time during the service for Young Disciples – a time for young children to learn Biblical principles in a kid-friendly style.
8:30 am – Sanctuary, Holy Communion
At the 8:30 am Worship Service, you’ll find a traditional United Methodist order of worship. This service celebrates God’s loving and transforming presence in the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper each week. You do not need to be a member to participate in the Lord’s Supper – it is open to everyone and all ages. Our hymns are from the United Methodist Hymnal and the choir usually sings an anthem. There are Scripture readings, prayer, responsive readings, sermon and a time for the congregation to share prayer requests for joys and concerns. When you are ready to become a member of Lake Travis United Methodist Church, there is always an Invitation to Christian Discipleship near the end of the service.
11:00 am – Sanctuary, Holy Communion (1st Sunday of the Month)
The 11:00 am Worship Service combines traditional United Methodist order of worship and contemporary elements, such as praise music led by our Praise Team. Hymns and songs are from a variety of sources, hymnals, and song books. The Adult Choir usually sings an anthem, and we often have additional instrumentalists sharing music. There are scripture readings, prayer, responsive readings, sermon and a time for the congregation to share prayer requests for joys and concerns. When you are ready to become a member of Lake Travis United Methodist Church, there is always an Invitation to Christian Discipleship near the end of the service. Holy Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month.
The worship service usually includes Holy Communion, scripture readings, prayers, simple repetitive songs and music led by acoustic instruments, and silent prayer time.
Taizé gets it’s name from the community in Taizé, France. Founded in the early days of World War II by Brother Roger, it has evolved into a world-wide ecumenical movement. Over the years, a particular style of worship has emerged from the Taizé community and is now being practiced worldwide. To learn more about this unique ecumenical movement, visit the Taizé website here.
We invite all to come and spend some quiet time with us, experiencing a quiet worship experience.