"For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith - and this is not from yourselves, it's the gift of God - not by works, so that no one can boast." 

   Ephesians 2:8-9  (NIV)     


We are a warm and friendly congregation ready to welcome you into our faith community.  You can expect friendly people, engaging worship, relevant music, compelling preaching and an opportunity to grow in your faith.  We worship every Sunday at 9:45 am and we invite you to join us.


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We are a congregation united by our love for Jesus and committed to a common mission to share the gospel and be Christ in the community. We are more interested in praising God than just attending worship. More interested in serving others than being served. More interested in discipleship than membership. We PRAISE, CONNECT, and SERVE as we live out our faith each and every day.



As a Lutheran congregation, we have bold confidence in God’s grace. We believe we are saved by God's grace alone -- not by anything we do.  We believe our salvation is through faith alone -- our trust is in God who promises us forgiveness, life and salvation through Christ.  And we believe that scripture alone - the Bible - contains the only necessary guide to truth.



In response to God’s gift of grace, we have a number of vibrant ministries that allow us live our faith, grow in our relationship with the Lord and connect with each other.  Learn more about all the ways you can get plugged in.


Upcoming Events

November 24th-  7 Marks of Discipleship

Commitment Sunday!

  • Nov. 24th Worship & Prayer - Christ the King & 7 Marks Commitment Sunday, as well as First Communion and a message about Worship & Prayer from Mary Kobila

Pastor's Class - The Seven Marks of Discipleship

Join Pastor before (8:45 am) OR after worship (11:30 am) - we'll explore a different mark of discipleship each week:  Giving, Serving, Encouraging, Inviting, Scipture, Worship, & Prayer

See Calendar for details/events

WEEKLY WORSHIP Sundays at 9:45 AM!

Weekly Revised Common Lectionary Daily Readings

A prayer before reading:

Open my eyes, gracious Lord, as I turn to your word.  I long to know you, to understand life, and to be changed.  

Examine me, Lord, by the floodlight of your truth.  Amen.

Wed – Nov. 20

Ezekiel 43:1-12, Matthew 23:37—24:14, Psalm 141

Thu – Nov. 21

2 Chronicles 18:12-22, Hebrews 9:23-28, Psalm 46

Fri – Nov. 22

Zechariah 11:1-17, 1 Peter 1:3-9, Psalm 46

Sat – Nov. 23

Jeremiah 22:18-30, Luke 18:15-17, Psalm 46

Sunday, Nov. 24 – Christ the King Sunday

Jeremiah 23:1-6, Psalm 46 (10), Colossians 1:11-20, Luke 23:33-43

Mon – Nov. 25

Jeremiah 46:18-28, Revelation 21:5-27, Psalm 24

Tue – Nov. 26

Isaiah 33:17-22, Revelation 22:8-21, Psalm 24

Wed – Nov. 27

Isaiah 60:8-16, Luke 1:1-4,ed Psalm 24

Mid-Week Advent Services

Come for a little or stay for a while at our contemplative mid-week Advent services.  Take out some time to quietly reflect on the coming birth of Christ in the midst of the season.

Wednesdays, Dec 4, 11, 18 @ 6-6:30 pm