The Messenger

We're a Community. 

Christian Fellowship is important as we gather and enjoy the company of fellow believers in Christ. If you are looking for a Christian community, these events are good introduction to the wonderful folks who make up our church family. You are always welcome to contact the church office for more information. Each week we publish The Messenger, a newsletter full of coming events, community activities and special requests for our church community.

You can download copy of this week's "Messenger" Newsletter here


Oct. 14, 2018

Oct. 7, 2018

This Week's "Messenger" Highlights ...  

Operation Christmas Child

We want to bless some special children at Christmas through this wonderful program operated by Samaritans Purse. Shoebox sized boxes are filled with age appropriate items for a girl or boy and the boxes are delivered with a Gospel message. Information, boxes, labels, gift ideas etc. are at the church. Filled boxes can be brought to the church any time before Sunday, November 11.  

Christmas is coming!

You might not want to hear that yet, but we are in the process of planning how best to share God's love with our community this Christmas season. We will have a series of Servant Events during December. We will collect small toys and treats for the children served by Ruth and Naomi's Street Mission as well as socks, toques and gloves for Cyrus Center youth shelter. Watch these pages for more details soon.

Church Online - live streaming

When you can't get to church in person you can still join us for worship online. Each week we live stream our Sunday worship and any special seasonal services. You will find the link at Church Online. Worship services remain on this site for four weeks so you can catch up on any services you missed. Church Online also serves a growing home church community which joins us each week.

Please pray for ...

  • Lutheran Bible Translators Mike and Kara Kuhn and their children who have returned to Galim, Cameroon to continue translating the Bible into the Nizaa language ... And for Martin and Joan Weber who will soon return to Cameroon to continue working with the Kwanja people.
  • The unrest and upheaval throughout the world - especially for the victims of terrorism