Worship Times & Location
Sunday Morning Worship
Our early 8 AM service is a traditional service that follows the liturgy of the Lutheran Book of Worship and includes communion.
This service is held in the sanctuary with both a Parent/Child Room and Nursery available.
Our late service at 10:45 AM is a celebration service with praise music and includes communion. This service is held in the sanctuary with both a Parent/Child Room and Nursery available.
Wednesday Evening Worship
Our 5:45 – 6:45 PM Wednesday evening worship is an informal gathering in the Fellowship Hall and includes communion.
Wednesday Evening Bible Series
September 18 through November 6th
5:45 PM in the Fellowship Hall
A series on Biblical topics presented during the Wednesday Evening Worship Service.
Ecclesiastes with Mark Brynestad
Wed. Sep 18 2019 - Title: "All is Vanity". What does Ecclesiastes have to say about all the things we do in life? Is it all a vain or absurd waste of time? It would seem so.
Wed. Sep 25 2019 - Title: "Or is it All Vanity?" What does Ecclesiastes not consider a vain waste of time? What is worthwhile? How are Ecclesiastes and the Gospel of Jesus the Messiah connected?
Psalm 23 with Craig Stevens
We'll revisit the most well known of all the psalms, Psalm 23. We'll explore its imagery, message, and significance for the people of God through the centuries.
The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing.
He makes me lie down in green pastures
The Gifts of the Jews with Mike Brown
The Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and Jewish people have survived against all odds. Both have given the world a unique understanding of a singular God, which was not only a radical idea in ancient times, but continued to be so through the ages and up to the present time. We will explore some of these contributions.
Acts as a Guide to Life with Mike Paterson
The principles that the Apostles used to cover situations in the context of problems and persecutions are still applicable today. We can use this book and its examples to deal with the problems and persecutions we all suffer from today.