Divine Service: 9:00am
Lent Service: 9:00am
Vespers: 6:30pm
Matins: 9:30am

Opportunities to STudy God's Word

Bible Study: 10:30am
Sunday School: 10:30am
Table Talk: 6:30pm
Looking ahead at Sunday Morning (Mens' Group): 7:45am
Looking ahead at Sunday Morning (Ladies' Group): 9:45am
A Note from Pastor (April 2024)
April 1st, 2024
    “He’s risen, He’s risen indeed! Alleluia!”  This is the Biblical greeting which celebrates the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Remember the angel told the women who came to find Jesus’ dead body, but instead found the stone rolled away and the tomb empty, “Why do you seek the living among the dead?  He is not here but has risen. Remember how He told you while he were still in Galilee, ...
A Note from Pastor (March 2024)
March 1st, 2024
During March, we move steadily through the season of Lent to Holy Week and the cross as we prepare to celebrate our Lord’s resurrection from the dead on Easter Sunday.  Throughout these forty days of Lent, the paraments of the church change to reflect the different emphasis from Sunday to Sunday.  This year, we are blessed to have a new set of paraments that reflect the nuances of the season very ...
A Note from Pastor (February 2024)
February 1st, 2024
For the first two weeks of February, we will celebrate the pre-lent Sundays of Sexagesima and Quinquagesima as the Word reveals how God works through Grace alone, Scripture alone and faith in Christ alone. Then, on February 14, we will officially begin the season of Lent with Ash Wednesday.  As we are all aware, Ash Wednesday helps us remember that we are dust and that, like Adam and Eve were warn...
A Note from Pastor
January 6th, 2024
 “God the Father was His source, back to God He ran His course. Into hell His road went down, back then to His throne and crown.”  This verse is from the hymn, “Savior of the Nations Come,” and is the theme for our annual winter youth retreat to be held here on January 12-13.   Even though the joy of Christmas and the Epiphany are still fresh in our minds, it is appropriate that that we also remem...
A Note from Pastor (December 2023)
November 30th, 2023
The beautiful Latin hymn, “Veni Emmanuel,” which we know as in English, as “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel,” is a paraphrase of the great “O” antiphons of the western church dating back to the sixth century. The “O” antiphons appear from the 17th of December until the 23rd and are sung before or after the Magnificat at vespers or in place of the alleluia verses during the daily mass in Roman Catholic ch...