Welcome/Who We Are
We sum up our mission statement by using this phrase: “Making Disciples, Making a Difference.” You’ll hear it a lot around our church, and it becomes a great way to describe our mission and ministry. We are a progressive, service-minded Lutheran Church (part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – ELCA) that is eager to welcome people from all walks of life to join us in a journey of faith. Our Lutheran heritage helps ground us in our theology and style of worship, while also giving us a contemporary way to speak of God’s grace and love for all people.
8:30am- In-Person Worship with Holy Communion (Masks and Reservation Required)
10:00am- Livestream Worship on our YouTube Channel at 10am
HOLY COMMUNION is celebrated weekly during our in-person 8:30 worship and two times a month during our 10am livestream service. When worshipping at home, we ask that you prepare a special bread and special wine/grape juice on the Sundays we have communion.
ALTAR FLOWERS A gift of flowers for Sunday worship is a lovely and meaningful way to remember a loved one, a special occasion, or a blessing received. For a very affordable $25, we will create a beautiful fresh arrangement to adorn the altar, which you may take home after Sunday worship, if you’d like. Sign up HERE. *If you do take the flowers home, we ask that you later return the vase to the church during regular office hours.
PASTORAL CARE & PRAYER REQUESTS Reach out to Pastor Josh or Pastor Kimberly with any prayer concerns or troubles you may be facing. If there is something they can do to help you, they sure will try, and that goes for the church staff and the church council too. Use their emails, cell phones numbers or leave a message on the church phone (952-934-5659) and they will get back to you.
Mission Statement: “We are a family of Christ dedicated to making disciples making a difference – nurturing, strengthening, and affirming one another in Christian faith. God calls us to serve others who touch our daily lives in our neighborhoods and communities, in school, at work, and beyond…”