Worship God with Lord of Life this Sunday as we are called into community and find God's hand leading us. Navy Chaplain Christina Mauntel is our guest preacher on Judges 4.
God calls us to "keep awake" and "be prepared" but just how do we do that? We begin with prayer, and the Lord's Prayer includes all the ways we can be awake to God's presence in our lives.
The bulletin with prayers, readings and announcements can be found here.
Celebrating God's promises is the joy of God's saints, who know that hope is for now and for the "not yet". Pastor Amanda is wearing an alb as a reminder of God's promises that cover us in our baptism. And we light candles for our loved ones who have died but continue to live in Christ.
(We begin a little abruptly, because this is when the sound began working.)
On this Reformation Sunday, we celebrate God's presence with us to re-form and give us rest in the middle of chaos.
Many have heard the phrase "Give to Caesar what is Caesar's" but what does it mean to "give to God what is God's"? Join us in worshiping God for God's goodness toward us and all creation.
This Sunday, we thank guest preacher, Nancy, and her grandchildren, Mark and Katy, for our children's message. God's invitation to us calls for a response that takes seriously the gift being offered.
With violence and terror all around, may you be comforted and strengthened by the God who chooses to act opposite the world; the One who absorbs our violence and responds in peace and healing for the whole world.
Join in our contemporary worship in our sanctuary for the 17th Sunday after Pentecost! Give your faith a workout by following Jesus example - not to bite back, but to humble yourself in service to others.
Worship with us online for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost! We're glad you're turning to God with us.
This Sunday, you're invited to feel the tension and know the God who meets us in the middle of it with grace and mercy.
Click here for our bulletin with the Scripture readings, hymns, and prayers.
Join with us for worship on our front lawn as we hear of God's work of forgiveness in us and our work of extending that same forgiveness for others. Click here for the bulletin.
After worship, we shared in God's work by caring for creation on litter patrol, preparing firewood for neighbors in need this winter, mask-making for our community, and packaging feminine hygiene kits for girls in the Kuwaa chiefdom in Liberia.
See our Facebook page for pictures!!!
God's work is our work: to build the church on the foundation of faith in Jesus Christ, and even though we're incredibly different, we bind ourselves and one another to that church!
Welcome to a 5th Sunday worship! There is extra time worked into worship to reflect and listen to what God is calling you to do out of the faith you have. Readings are from Romans 12:9-21 and Matthew 16:21-28.
Worship with us this 12th Sunday after Pentecost! Jesus invites his disciples to put into words who he is and we do the same, wrestling with the questions as our living God keeps working to give us insight.
God's work in us is to help us recognize the special-ness of each person, to care for each other, and not to devalue/defile the gift that each of us are. Our guest preacher is Dave Brauer-Rieke from the ELCA Region 1's Disaster Response Team. You are loved!
Worship with us this 10th Sunday after Pentecost, as Jesus walks on water and we don’t have to! What does it mean to have faith through the storms – it’s about trusting Jesus who is capable and who has us through it.
This season of growing in our faith brings us to the feeding of the 5,000 after the disciples are ready to send them away. Jesus puts the bread into the disciple's hands and trusts them to give it to the hungry masses. There's enough to go around and leftovers! So what might we offer to God that God will use to bless others?