"Christ is Alive!  Let Christians sing.

His Cross stands empty to the sky.

Let streets and home with praises ring.

In death his love shall never die."

--Christ is Alive! Lutheran Book of Worship #363

75th Anniversary and Memorial

Stained Glass Window



Pastor’s Letter October 2017

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

Grace to you and peace from our Lord, Jesus Christ! And peace we have with God through Christ!

This October 31st marks 500 years since the start of the Reformation with Lutherans nailing the 95 Theses to a church door in tiny Wittenberg, Germany. They were simply to debate what Luther, a professor and Pastor of Theology, to reform the church in the beginning. Luther never wanted to leave the church, he simply wanted to reform it - especially the sale of indulgences (spiritual coupons for payment of sins). This was to raise funds to build a new church in Rome - St. Peter’s. There, of course, were other abuses Luther wanted to reform, especially in northern Europe, and they still do today. We have come along way. I would suggest viewing the PBS documentary on Martin Luther and the Idea that Changed the World, channel 13 or 21. It’s 2 hours, but, well worth the view and review.


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500 Anniversary

Red is the color

of the day!

October 29th

9:30 am

9:30 am
Red is the color of the day!

On Reformation Sunday, October 29th

we will have a special presentation following worship on Luther and the Reformation by Rick Steves (famous travel advisor). Join us as we gather for pizza & soda after worship, then we'll watch the 1 hour presentation in the church. (Sponsored by our Saturday bible study and the Christian Growth committee). If interested, please sign up on the bulletin board.