MINISTRY is FAITH in ACTION: How we are neighbors to others

  • Holy Communion on Sundays and Wednesdays
  • Regular Sunday School
  • Many Bible Study opportunities
  • Staffed nursery
  • Partner with Tri-county Family Ministries (Lutheran Social Services) to feed the hungry, give clothes to the naked, give medicines to the sick, provide shelter to the homeless and more. (Matthew 25)
  • Ministry to Hospice patients
  • Brown Bag Lunch and Family food baskets to provide for immediate relief of hunger
  • Ronald McDonald House support
  • Water Mission International
  • Lutheran Military Veterans and Family Ministry
  • Home Communion
  • Partnership with Zion Olivet Presbyterian USA
  • Seminarian Support
  • Mission Congregation Support
  • North American Lutheran Seminary
  • Boys Home
  • Lutherans for Life
  • NALC Life Ministry

MINISTRY is BEING a SERVANT: How we use the Gifts of God

  • Pastor’s Class
  • Young Adult Ministry (18 +)
  • Prime of Life (50 +)
  • Just Holding (29+)
  • Youth (Middle & High School)
  • Luther Kids (K-5th Grade)
  • Women of the NALC/Circles
  • Dorcas Society
  • Worship
  • Annual Women’s Retreats
  • Confirmation Program
  • Sunday School
  • Adult Bible Study
  • Ushers
  • Acolyte
  • Worship Assistant
  • Lay Readers
  • Eucharistic Ministry
  • Property Ministry
  • Sound System Ministry
  • Technology Assistant
  • Office Volunteering
  • Bell and Tone Chime Choirs
  • Choir
  • Phone Ministry
  • Prayer Ministry
  • Vacation Bible School
  • Fellowship/Food/Fun Ministry
  • Mission-District Participation
  • Shut-in/Visitation/Hospital Ministry
  • Nursery Ministry
  • Congregational Council (Men & Women)

You have it! We will use it!

MINISTRY is about RELATIONSHIP: How we grow in the Grace of God

God calls us into a relationship with Him through His Son, Jesus. We believe Jesus Christ is the living Word of God.

By the power of the Holy Spirit, this very Word of God is read in the Scriptures, proclaimed in the preaching, announces the forgiveness of sins and is bodily present in the worshiping community through the eating and drinking of the Eucharistic Feast (Lord’s Supper).

Through Holy Baptism the Word frees us and the Holy Spirit gifts and empowers us to be people of God.

Holy Baptism and Holy Communion are gifts (sacraments) that we call “the means of Grace.” We believe to be the presence of Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit as gifts of God the Father of us all.

And the Word became flesh and lived among us, and we have seen his glory, the glory as of a father’s only son, full of grace and truth…From his fullness we all have received, grace upon grace.​ – ​John 1:14,16