As we enter our Year of Discipleship together, we begin where we always begin, with Jesus.  What did Jesus teach us about being His Disciple, His follower?  The book of Matthew has a lot to tell us and this fall we’re going to be through it together.  Discipleship isn’t easy and it doesn’t happen by accident.  But the hope, grace, and love it brings to us and then shows to the world around us is the whole point.  Join us every Sunday morning for a bible study at 9:15am and worship at 10:30am.

As we enter our Year of Discipleship together, we begin where we always begin, with Jesus.  What did Jesus teach us about being His Disciple, His follower?  The book of Matthew has a lot to tell us and this fall we’re going to be through it together.  Discipleship isn’t easy and it doesn’t happen by accident.  But the hope, grace, and love it brings to us and then shows to the world around us is the whole point.  Join us every Sunday morning for a bible study at 9:15am and worship at 10:30am.

Join us for worship on Dec. 24!

Our 4th Advent Worship Service is at 10:30am focused on the theme of Waiting for the God of Redemption.

Our Annual Christmas Eve Candlelight service is at 4:00pm with the Christmas story, carols, a special children’s message, and the sermon, “Waiting No More!”

With special music and messages at both services, we hope you’ll take time to worship with our LCC community.  All are welcome and invited to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

Join us for worship on Dec. 24!

Our 4th Advent Worship Service is at 10:30am focused on the theme of Waiting for the God of Redemption.

Our Annual Christmas Eve Candlelight service is at 4:00pm with the Christmas story, carols, a special children’s message, and the sermon, “Waiting No More!”

With special music and messages at both services, we hope you’ll take time to worship with our LCC community.  All are welcome and invited to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

In Advent each year, we wait and prepare for the coming of Christmas and the great celebration of Jesus’ birth.  We also wait and prepare for His final return promised throughout the scriptures.  But what is it exactly that we are waiting for?  This Advent, we’ll look at the different aspects of this God for which we’re waiting: His justice, His mercy, His joy, and His redemption of all things.

In Advent each year, we wait and prepare for the coming of Christmas and the great celebration of Jesus’ birth.  We also wait and prepare for His final return promised throughout the scriptures.  But what is it exactly that we are waiting for?  This Advent, we’ll look at the different aspects of this God for which we’re waiting: His justice, His mercy, His joy, and His redemption of all things.

Last year, we spent $3.7 trillion in an effort to be more physically fit.  As one article has said, “Wellness is the new black.”  This fall, we’re going to talk about our spiritual fitness.  Each week will focus on another set of exercises to help us grow as disciples and as a congregation.

Last year, we spent $3.7 trillion in an effort to be more physically fit.  As one article has said, “Wellness is the new black.”  This fall, we’re going to talk about our spiritual fitness.  Each week will focus on another set of exercises to help us grow as disciples and as a congregation.

This summer we are studying the book of Isaiah and the themes that run through it.  Often called “The Bible in Miniature”, Isaiah wove many of the themes of scripture through his letter, themes like Judgement and Hope, Servant Leadership, Humility and Arrogance, the Holiness of God, and Trust.  Join us at 9:30am this summer.

This summer we are studying the book of Isaiah and the themes that run through it.  Often called “The Bible in Miniature”, Isaiah wove many of the themes of scripture through his letter, themes like Judgement and Hope, Servant Leadership, Humility and Arrogance, the Holiness of God, and Trust.  Join us at 9:30am this summer.