Lutheran Church



The second Sunday of each month food items are collected and are given to either the Food Pantry.  Donations are accepted at worship on the second Sunday.  Please remember to bring yours.  Thanks for all you do!

 3rd Sunday of each month:
January, February and March 2022 will be given to Camp Tomah Shinga


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From Our Bishop:                 


We’ve learned over the past year how resilient we are as church

and as people of God. It’s been a time of pain, loss, injustice and

uncertainty. It has also been a time of learning, listening and trying new things — stepping out of our comfort zones and into a more digital world. This church

persevered in so many ways.

The churchwide organization has been working alongside all expressions and

ministries of the ELCA and our partners to provide resources, share stories,

engage members and keep our programs alive as we’ve shifted our focus to

responding to the pandemic.

For the generosity of this church through its COVID 2019 Response Fund,

or the remarkable ways in which we connected to one another, and for the

innovative approaches so many of you took to engaging your communities

in the gospel, I want to say thank you. Thank you for your ingenuity, and for

knowing that God has a plan for us and it’s one filled with hope.


As we look to the future, I invite you to dream with me for a moment.


Imagine more people knowing Jesus. Imagine creating communities of love

and justice online and in real life.


Imagine our online communities and pews filled with new, young and diverse members.

Imagine spending more of your time collaborating with others to have a bigger

impact in our neighborhoods and in the world.

That is the future I want to build with you. We’ve all experienced God’s ability to see us through challenging times and through new seasons of life. This is an I

invitation to be part of something that God is doing with and through us.

There’s never been a better moment to share the way of Jesus and introduce

more people to community, justice and love.

In peace,


Bishop Elizabeth Seaton