Who We Are
Brothers and sisters graced with the Cross of Jesus Christ, joyously drawn together by the Good News into a ministry of seeking, sharing, caring, and serving.
Who We Are
We are evangelical, which means “Good News.”
We center our worship, proclamation, and community life and service on the Good News of Jesus Christ. Because God created us in love, rescued us through the cross of Jesus, and gives us the Spirit of peace, we are free to love, to give, and to serve.
We are a Christian community.
We embrace and celebrate the traditions of the Church across the ages, composed of many languages, cultures, and nations. While we are Lutheran, we claim the rich diversity of the universal Church. Our celebration of the Word of God and the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion in worship and song unites us with the larger gathering of all people whose faith centers in Jesus Christ.
We are reforming.
We believe that God has saved us once and for all through the cross. We know we are not perfect. We renew our faith and press on to live our lives in conformity with God’s will and kingdom. We look for new ways to share the Good News of Jesus’ love.
All are welcome.
Jesus embraced all people with open arms just as they were. So we place no barriers for entry into our fellowship. We all stand together at the foot of the cross, knowing that each person is a unique child of God, both saint and sinner, with something to offer.