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.

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Dec 9, 2018

Dec 2, 2018



This Week's "Messenger" Highlights ...  

Share a Little Love this Christmas

We will be celebrating the Advent season with a series of Servant Events, dinners and midweek worship services as we prepare our hearts for the coming of the Christ Child. Each Wednesday during Advent we will meet on Wednesday evenings. The Servant Event begins at 5:30 pm followed by a Potluck Supper at 6:00 pm and an Advent worship service at 6:30 pm.

  • Wed. Dec 12 - Its the Great Christmas Cookie Caper. We will be filling plates with your Christmas baking (and love) for some special shut-ins and for our neighbors at The Village supportive housing complex.
  • Wed. Dec 19 - we're hoping to make winter a little more bearable for the young people at the Cyrus Center youth shelter and outreach program. Bring warm (preferably wool or wool blend) socks and warm gloves for males and females.

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.