Weekly Worship | Sundays at 10:15 a.m.
Weekly Bible Study | Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.
We are a Lutheran Church. In the Middle Ages, the Christian church was corrupted by many false teachings. A man named Martin Luther sought to reform the church—not to create a new one, but to correct the errors that had come to dominate the church. The doctrines of the Lutheran Church are not new. They are the teachings of the Bible. The teachings of the Lutheran Church are those of the original, ancient church of the apostles and early Christians. We emphasize these three great truths which are clearly taught in Scripture and were the hallmark of the Reformation.
1. By Grace Alone
We are forgiven and saved solely as a result of God’s undeserved love, for the sake of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection for us. There is nothing human beings can or must do to contribute to their salvation. (John 3:16, Romans 3:24)
2. Through Faith Alone
All that Jesus did to restore us to a right relationship with God is ours personally through faith in Jesus. The Holy Spirit creates and confirms in us this faith or trust in Jesus solely through the Gospel, as found in Scripture and in the Sacraments. (Ephesians 2:8-9, Romans 3:21-24)
3. On the Basis of Scripture Alone
Christian truth and life are established solely by the 66 books of the Bible, God’s word-for-word revelation, inspired by the Holy Spirit and without error. (Isaiah 8:20, Hebrews 1:1,2)