Welcome to the Live Worship Page of Star of Bethlehem Lutheran Church!

For our 10:00 AM worship service this morning:

Please click HERE for the worship folder.

Please click HERE for the Bible class slides.

Please click HERE for the Star of Bethlehem YouTube Channel.

Please click HERE for the Star of Bethlehem Facebook Channel.

Please click HERE for the Star of Bethlehem Twitter Channel.

Please click HERE for the Star of Bethlehem Twitch Channel.


Holy Trinity Sunday – He Lives to Pour Out His Spirit

So often, when life gets hard, we get frustrated. We don’t understand how God is working always for our good. But the doctrine of the Trinity teaches us we cannot even comprehend God’s existence. How then, could we ever comprehend all his workings? On this Holy Trinity Sunday, let it be enough to know that all three persons—Father, Son, and Spirit—love us with an everlasting love.

Each Sunday at 10 am EST we stream our worship service online to members of our church and for those that are simply interested in his word.  God’s blessing on your worship!


Quick Tips for Online Worship

#1 Be Present

There are bound to be digital and physical distractions around you once the service begins. Make wise choices with your environment in an effort to limit those distractions.

#2 Worship

You are not meant to be a spectator in online worship. Your are a participant. Do whatever you can to engage your heart and mind. Sing along with the songs. Participate in the prayers.  Take notes on the sermon. You can even ask questions and/or comment in the chat box. Our prayer is that this is an experience that allows you to grow your faith relationship with God.

#3 Share 

Please invite your friends and family to online worship by sharing the link in an email, in a text, or through Facebook. There are so many people in our communities that are looking for hope during these times and our online service is a perfect place for them to be encouraged.


Please click HERE for a list of questions to help with your personal preparation prior to attending the Lord’s Supper.