When we gather in God’s house to share God’s Word, celebrate the Sacraments, and offer our prayers and praise, we are being the church! And we’re gathering as young and old, rich and poor, weak and strong in a caring community.
We use a variety of Lutheran worship styles - traditional, blended, and contemporary.
Christian education for preschool - high school begins at 9:00am.
During most months, we follow this schedule. Call to confirm.
Holy Communion is celebrated every weekend.
3rd Sunday - Oh, the Joy communion service at 8:00am and 9:45am accompanied by piano, guitar, violin, and/or flute.
4th Sunday - Celebration Service (A little more contemporary with a simpler liturgy and praise songs.)
5th Sunday - Hymn Sing - Congregation chooses the songs!
Saturday evening worship is more informal. Pastor Paul often puts aside his sermon and discusses the lessons with those in attendance.
Wednesday worship during Lent at 11:00am and 7:00pm
Service of Healing Prayers (for anyone desiring physical, spiritual, or emotional healing)
Service of Remembrance (each December, for those facing the holidays after losing a loved one.)
Dear Church Family, I shared at worship last weekend that John Fenton had passed away in his sleep, after about 2 months in hospice care. John started the last day of his life by attending worship on May 5! We thank God that John got the chance to know us and we got the chance to know him. There will not be a funeral. Thank you for remembering Sue and their sons in prayer. ... See MoreSee Less
John D. Fenton, age 68, of Jackson, Wisconsin, died peacefully on Monday, May 6, 2019 at his residence. He was born January 23, 1951 in Litchfield, Illinois, to Jack and Jacqueline nee Keiser Fenton. ...