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Quarantine Period Update

During this period when our Nation is dealing with managing the impact of the Corona Virus Refer to this section for timely information from the Church Office.

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  • An Updated message from Pastor Truog (April 23) Click Here

  • This week's service is titled "This is Love - Love That Makes All Things New". View the service folder here.  Print it out and then view the videos, Parts 1 and 2 for this week's (April 26, 2020) service.

  • This week's service is titled " Jesus is the Door". View the service folder here. Print it out and then view the videos, Parts 1 and 2 for this week's (May 3,2020) service.

  • An updated message from the Council President (May 1) Click Here

  • Read the latest message from Pastor Brian regarding Church reopening timing. Click Here.

  • This week's service is titled "One Clear Answer". View the service folder here. Print it out and then view the videos, Parts 1 and 2 for this week's (May 10) service.

  • This week's service is titled "Religious People". View the service folder here. Print it out and then view the videos, Parts 1 and 2 for this week's (May 17 ) service.

  • We are Reopening! Read Pastor's letter with format changes and instructions to follow Click Here.

  • This week's service is titled "Energy Crisis". View the service folder Here. Parts 1 and 2 for this week's (May 24) service.



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Sundays

Traditional Service 8:30 A.M.
Blended Service 11:00 A.M.
Adult Bible Class/Sunday School 10:00 A.M.




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Life Thought in the Church Year for May 10 – Easter VII

“Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God,” who “settles the solitary in a home” (Psalm 68:5-6). He has not left us orphaned in our sins but has taken each of us for His own family. So we need not limit our enthusiasm for adoption only to addressing infertility. We can open not just our mouths but our hands, hearts, and homes, because children need them, and we have in abundance.


Life Quote for Sunday, May 24:

“It was many long years before Elizabeth had the joy of seeing, in her own body, that God had not forgotten her. ‘He looked on me,’ she said. The proof was the baby growing inside her, though she was an old woman by that time. But you and I don’t need to wait so long. God has looked on us, too. The proof is the baby growing inside of Mary—God’s own dear Son Jesus, Who came to be your Savior. In Jesus, you can see that God has remembered you. He has looked on you with love—He has even made you His own child. You are not forgotten. You are beloved.” Dr. Kari Vo, Lutheran Hour Ministries