We're glad you found us!
I've just moved here. Why is everything so flat?!
We think God made this part of the country flat so we can see the best sunrises and sunsets on the planet! If you're new to this part of the country, "Howdy!"
We worship at 8:30 and 11:00 (8:30 and 10 am summer worship begins June 2nd) on Sunday mornings. The worship style is liturgical, and more can be found on our worship page about music, holy communion, and baptism.
Feel free to dress up in suits and dresses or go casual. Several members wear suits all week long and they want to relax in jeans. God is concerned more about your heart than your dress. Keep the swimsuits at home, though!
A Nursery is available for infants through 2 years old with CPR-trained staff ready to welcome your child. You'll receive a pager once you drop off your child to notify you if any help is needed. Once your child reaches three, we encourage you to let him/her join you in worship and begin to see how you practice your faith. We welcome squirminess in the pews.
The Connect Hour
The Connect Hour occurs from 9:45-10:45 on most Sundays of the year. This is the time for people of all ages to connect with one another, God, and their faith through classes and small groups that focus on biblical stories or important themes of faith. You can find information about children, youth, and adults here.
Click here for a map to visit us one weekend.
What's a Lutheran?
A diversity of faith traditions make up what the world knows as "Christianity." In today's world, we cannot avoid choosing how we will follow Jesus in his mission to love and bless our world with the grace of God. All Christian faith traditions stand together in accepting the risen Jesus of Nazareth as God's Son, the One who has come to free us from our brokenness and give us life in God's Spirit. Being Lutheran is one dynamic fabric of the quilt of followers of Jesus.
Lutherans are Christians who shape our life together as a church by accepting historic confessions which form our participation in the world. These confessional documents are built upon our firm belief that:
· We are saved by the grace of God alone--not by anything we do;
· Our salvation is through faith alone--we only need to trust God made known in Christ who promises us forgiveness, life and salvation; and
· The Bible is the norm for faith and life--the true standard by which teachings and doctrines are to be judged.
To learn more about Lutherans and our partnership within the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, click here.