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Bible Study: 10:30am
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Table Talk: 7:00pm
Looking ahead at Sunday Morning: 10:00am
Confirmation Classes: 5:30pm
A Note from Pastor
December 2nd, 2021
Savior of the nations come, Virgin son, make here your home, marvel now O heaven and earth, that the Lord chose such a birth.” (LSB 332)  This hymn is one of the oldest in our hymnal and has been traditionally sung on the First Sunday in Advent, “Ad Te Levavi,” which means, “To you O Lord, I lift up my soul.” (Psalm 25:4)       Like King David and the people longing for the Messiah to come, we to...
A Note from Pastor
November 1st, 2021
As we move into November, the readings and the hymns emphasize the Judgment Day and the return of Christ.  “The day is surely drawing near,” we sing, “when Jesus, God’s anointed, in all His power shall appear as judge whom God appointed.” (LSB 508)    Therefore, we remember that time is short. They remind us that even though Christians have been waiting for our Lord’s return since He first ascende...
A Note from Pastor
October 1st, 2021
 “Salvation unto us has come, by God’s free grace and favor. Good works cannot avert our doom, they help and save us never. Faith looks to Jesus Christ alone, Who did for all the world atone; He is our one Redeemer.” The words of this hymn, beautifully summarizes the teaching of the Lutheran church, which is the true teaching of God’s Word.  St. Paul wrote, “For I am not shamed of the gospel, for ...
A Note from Pastor
September 1st, 2021
From Luther’s Preface to the Large Catechism, a quote to encourage the study of the Small Catechism...
A Note from Pastor
July 31st, 2021
“Behold, the eye of the Lord is on those who fear him, on those who hope in his steadfast love,” Psalm 33:18     As I write this, new mask mandates are going into effect as COVID-19 and its various mutations continue to spread. In the news, we are bombarded with reports of more shootings and an alarming increase in lawlessness. In government, the news, and social media there is a lack of civility ...