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We believe God yearns for our worship. We invite you to our worship service with open arms. We believe God's love is unconditional and we are called to share the love of Christ with everyone.
Our congregation accepts and teaches the Word of God found only in the Bible that inspired Martin Luther and the reformation of the Christian Church in the 16th century. The teachings of Luther and the reformers can be summarized in three phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone.
Our Christian worship service is held each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. ►more info
This Week's Service September 25, 2022
There is a lot of disparity in our world. Some feast while others go hungry. Some are warm and safe while others shiver and fear. Some sing and rejoice while others sob and worry. This uneven distribution of suffering and gladness is even a sign that we live in the end times – the black horse and the rider with scales in his hand (Rev. 6:5-6). While some of us may suffer and others may prosper, we know that all things will pass away, but the Word of our God will stand forever (Isaiah 40:6-8). Whether we suffer or rejoice now, all that will last forever is that which God gives us. As we gather, consider if your trust is in that which passes away, or in the Word of our God. Also consider what in your life is in danger of distracting you or drawing you away from cherishing and submitting to God. If your hand causes you to sin, what shall you do?
We Invite You to Share Something
Do have a prayer request, joy, or a need? We believe God wants to hear your prayers. We believe by trusting in Him completely, our worries become His own. Nothing is too difficult for our God. The impossible becomes possible. When you believe that, it is easy to see the meaning of prayer in the Lutheran tradition. Please share something about yourself on our online prayer form. Please don't ever feel like you are alone. We are here to help. ►more info