If you’re visiting for the first time, you might be wondering what it means to be a Christian. If you’ve been a Christian for a while, you might wonder what it means to be a Lutheran Christian. The answer to both is simply this: the lost are found, the captives are set free, and the dead are raised to new life – lived in the community of saints, following Jesus all the way home to Eden. All of this is joyfully received here as gift and shared with a broken world.
As the body of Christ in the world, the Church is a community, but more than that. As a family, rich in the relationships that matter most, we grow together, we worship, we serve, we laugh, we cry, we learn, and we reach out to our world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, crucified; that in Him you are never alone, and never unloved. Confident in His promises, and in joyful anticipation of the Resurrection, we live in the now and not-yet. This is the place where Christ brings His Kingdom to Earth for you to see and taste and touch, and know that He is good. There is no if. This is the place for you, and me, and all of us together, to follow Jesus home again.
Please join us for either of our two Sunday services. Both services come to us from the rich liturgical heritage of the early Church and the Reformation. We joyfully celebrate the Holy Eucharist at both serivces each week. During Lent and Advent we also offer a Wednesday worship service at 7:00 PM
8:00 AM – Divine Service
9:00 AM – Coffee and pastries fellowship
9:30 AM – Children’s Sunday School & Adult Catechesis
11:00 AM – Divine Service
9:00 AM to 12:00 noon Monday though Friday
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Tuesday through Friday – Other times by appointment
In grateful response to God's grace, and empowered by the Holy Spirit through the Word and Sacraments, the mission of Lutheran Church of the Way is vigorously to make known the love of Christ by word and deed. We are created and redeemed to be Christ's family, joyfully sharing Him in ways that minister to the families and children of our community.
- Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost Pastor Hopkins, August 23, 2015