Starting in April, with the service on April 7th, we will resume our previous weekly worship time of 9:00 am. We will still have alternating joint services, and Bible Study and Sunday School will be held after Worship.
Lent is a 40 day Christian festival that begins on Ash Wednesday and concludes on Easter (Sundays are not counted). To begin this holy season, on Ash Wednesday some churches invite their members to come forward and receive the imposition of ashes. The Pastor applies ashes in the shape of a cross on the forehead […]
The following statement from President Harrison is intended not only to address the current situation in our country, but also to provide a continued confession of the LCMS’ position opposing abortion. President Harrison’s statement is available for use in your congregation, local paper or any avenue proper for your situation. “In him was life, and […]
Epiphany is both a day and a season on the church calendar. The day is January 6th; the season is the time between the close of the Christmas season and the beginning of Lent. “Epiphany” means “an appearance, a showing forth, or a shining revelation”. Though the world pays little attention for Christians it is an important festival. The […]