We confess Jesus Christ as our Savior and Living Lord. He is our sacrifice for sin and a model of the godly life. We seek to live out our lives as his disciples by worship and praise, service and care in the name of Christ. We invite you to join us.
As a Christian congregation with a Lutheran Heritage, we gather as the people of God around Word and Sacrament. Each week we receive the sacrament of the Holy Communion as we hear the Word of God.
Lutherans still celebrate the Reformation on October 31 and still hold to the basic principles of theology and practice espoused by Luther, such as:
- Sola Gratia; We are saved by the grace of God alone — not by anything we do;
- Sola Fide; Our salvation is through faith alone — we only need to believe that our sins are forgiven for Christ’s sake who died to redeem us;
- Sola Scriptura; The Bible is the only norm of doctrine and life — the only true standard by which teachings and doctrines are to be judged.
MINISTRY IS FAITH IN ACTION