Join US for In-Person 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. At this time our Parent/Child Room and Nursery are not 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. At this time our Parent/Child Room and Nursery are not available.

Marks of Discipleship

Mid-Week Lenten Series


Our Mid-Week Lenten Series is called Marks of Discipleship, based on the book Living the Six marks of Discipleship: Real Faith for Real Life by the Rev. Michael Foss. As we come out of our long COVID pause, this Lenten season provides us a unique opportunity to be reminded and re-grounded in what it means to be a disciple of the Lord Jesus and, consequently, what it means to be the church.

Our Series begins on Ash Wednesday with the Call To Discipleship. Each of the subsequent Wednesdays in Lent we will look at another foundational mark to living as a disciple of Jesus Christ.

Mid-Week Lenten Services will be Wednesday evening at 6pm on February 17 & 24 and March 3, 10, 17, 24.

Services will be offered in-person in the sanctuary and a video recording of the sermon will be made available on the church’s YouTube channel.

1517 Project
The 1517 Project offers a plethora of resources in a variety of forms (articles, podcasts, and videos) on a wide range of topics at a variety of levels. The Thinking Fellows podcast is currently doing a series addressing faith issues that have arisen with the COVID-19 situation.
Institute of Lutheran Theology (ILT)
ILT offers several free video lecture series. For those interested in something more academic, ILT offers topics such as the Lutheran Legacy, Western Philosophy & Theology; and the Ethics of Bonhoeffer. If you’re looking for something more discipleship oriented and not “lecture-esk,” there’s a great video series called Learning to Follow with Rev. Moe Redding.
Lutheran Hour Ministries (LHM)
LHM offers daily devotional broadcasts on demand as well as a couple podcasts. They also offer free courses on a variety of topics from foundations in the Christian faith to dealing with stress in the midst of conflict; these free and practical courses are available at
Scripture Jigsaw Puzzles
New puzzles are added weekly. The puzzles are made with graphics from Sola’s Online Worship eResoure.

Resources for Parents with Children

+ Lutheran Hour Ministries takes your kids to meet Christians in other parts of the world to see how they live. A full curriculum has been prepared along with geography lessons and games so you can make this as big or as little as you want. Not sure anymore how to fill your kids day so that don’t simply waste away in front of mindless T.V. and video games? This is a GREAT resource for you:
+ 1517 Project presents Family Style Theology. “Family Style Theology explores theological topics through family conversation. Host Cindy Koch, joined by her children, explore essential questions in a way that is not only theologically satisfying but accessible to the whole family.”
+ Holy Families is an at-home discipleship resource. You’ll find daily devotions and prayers and video snippets on the foundations of Christian faith.  Holy Families also has resources for talking with your kids about different issues that come up in life from grief and fear to issues around social media, dating, and self-image.
Celebrate the wondrous resurrection of the Savior with these beautiful Easter themed coloring pages and a bookmark.  Easter Coloring Page
Snuggle up with the kids and enjoy bedtime devotions from Little Visits at Bedtime by Dr. Mary Manz Simon. Bedtime Devotion Videos

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