Who We Are
The people of Christ Lutheran want to make God's love felt in our world. We value serving in our community, sharing resources in the world both in times of crisis, and to develop relationships with those who struggle to survive. We love to laugh with one another, welcome visitors, make our facilities available for groups that support our society, and develop strong friendships and support networks, because we really want to be there for others in their times of need.
We are a medium sized congregation, large enough to provide a variety of programs and yet small enough to develop strong friendships. Our building is large enough to host big events, and those days when we don't physically fill all the seats in our worship space, it is full of spirit.
We are part of the ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America). Lutherans are Christians who established the "Protestant" movement, lifting up a belief that God is loving, forgiving, and does not save us because of the life we've lived, but because we are beloved. This love is intended to change us out of gratitude, to love others in the manner Christ first loved us.