Most of us have been learning the Ten Commandments since we were children in Sunday School, a Lutheran School, and/or Confirmation classes! You probably had to memorize not only the Commandments, but also Martin Luther’s meaning from the Small Catechism. Those meanings help us to put the Commandments into our everyday life and help us […]

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The CHRISTMAS STORY does not begin with Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem, nor does it begin with John the Baptist preparing a way as the promised forerunner, nor does it begin with all the messianic prophecies of the Old Testament. St. John teaches us that the Christmas story begins with the very first verse of […]

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As a conservative congregation, we believe, teach, and confess that salvation comes by the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ. Eternal salvation is a free gift from a good, kind, and generous God! It is Jesus’ work alone that saves us, not our own. His death and resurrection is the foundation of holy […]

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November 05, 2017: All Saints’ Day

Today we celebrate “All Saints Day!” Today is a day of grace! Today we thank God for His grace to us and our loved ones! There is no way we could ever face death except by grace of God. Without God’s grace in Christ, death is a fearful enemy that would destroys us. But Christ’s […]

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