Our goal is to make disciples as Jesus commanded. We define discipleship as one who shares the faith, studies God’s Word, actively worships, prays regularly,  invites others to follow Christ alongside us, serves in the Name of Jesus, and engages in healthy fellowship. Please seek me out if you have any ideas, and/or a willingness to serve. Faith Formation Leader: Pastor David


MEN’S BREAKFAST meets at 7:30AM, the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month in the Fellowship Hall. Fellowship and faith stories are shared along with breakfast in the Fellowship Hall. Contact Danny Craft for more information, or just show up, to be part of this active and entertaining group of men.


Study the sermon text with the pastor at 11:30 in the conference room. Bring your lunch. Your insight might show up in Sunday’s sermon!
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A social ministry for seniors (55+). More Info

Wednesdays (Sept. – May)

Library (Rm 21) at 9:45AM. Please come and don’t forget to invite your friends. All ladies are invited to attend. Free childcare provided. Dec. 18, 25 and 1/1/20 NO BIBLE STUDY
January leader: Matt Kindsvatter
Bible Study will meet on Wednesday mornings, from 9:00 – 11:00 during the school year, Sept – May. Facilitated by Crystal Tucker, this group will meet in the Conference Room. Free Childcare. 


Calling ALL DADS – DRAFT (Dads Refreshing And Fellowshiping Together). Meet at 8:00pm at Gooses’ Acre on the Waterway on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Join us for beer and fellowship!
January 9
Feb. 13
March 12


Interested in Adult Sunday School? 9:45 – 10:45, upstairs. Childcare is available in our nursery.
BIBLE, CHRISTIANITY & YOU: Join us in the Library (Rm 21). Old Testament Book of Daniel. In this 14-week study, we will see how God’s Rule is manifested during the days of the Babylonian captivity and God’s Providence and Purpose in History.
SECOND CLASS: Upstairs, Rm 23. Led by John Fackler, Chuck Kindsvatter and others. Current Study: “Inspired” by Rachel Held Evans

Our Common Roots – A shared experience with our partners in ministry, Sts. Simon and Jude Catholic Parish. A  10-week course covering the first 500 years of Christian history. Two locations. All are welcome.

Lord of Life: Thursdays starting Jan. 30 at 7 pm.

Sts. Simon & Jude: Monday starting Jan. 27.

Faith, Sexism, and Justice – 3-week course covering the recently approved ELCA Social Statement: Faith, Sexism, and Justice. How it came to be and its implications for our lives of faith.

Sunday (Feb. 2, 9, & 6) at 9:45 

Special Guest! – We are excited to be welcoming Signe Fredrickson to Lord of Life. Signe is an ELCA Listener assigned to the Texas area. Her role is to both share with and receive feedback from congregations about the work on the ELCA and report back to the larger church. She will be hosting multiple sessions this morning so we hope you will plan to stop in and hear what she has to say and let your voice be heard as well.

Sunday, Feb. 23 at 9:45 and 11:05am – Fellowship Hall



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