For Lutherans, worship matters!  

In fact, worship lies at the heart of how we understand ourselves together.  Each week we are gathered around the means of grace and sent into the world to proclaim the good news that we have seen, heard, and tasted in that gathering.  Our worship life is meant to be an encounter with Jesus Christ that propels us into the world for mission.
 

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP ON SUNDAYS AT 11:00 AM

Sunday school at 11:00 am starting September 9th

Rejoice!  a savior is born!  

join us for christmas eve worship on

monday, december 24th at 7:00 pm  

    

All Saints Sunday, November 4th at 11:00 am
Join us for worship as we remember family and friends who have passed away passed away since November of last year.  
Everyone is welcome following the service to join us for our annual Harvest Dinner!  

 
 
Join us for Native American Sunday!
Special Worship Service on
Sunday, November 11th at 11:00 am 
 
 
 

SOME of OUR 2017 SPECIAL WORSHIP SERVICES. . .

 

 Outdoor Worship  and Church Picnic 2017

In August we had our Outdoor Worship and Church Picnic at the Ojibwa Campground Lighthouse.  It was an awesome day – lots of sunshine and warm breezes on one of the many beautiful shores of Lake Superior!  Pastor Julie led an inspiring service and we all painted our own special rock to show a personal meaning of Jesus in our own lives; whether that be a word or a simple picture.  The pallet is displayed in our narthex  – along with things from past years that we have made as a congregation at our past Outdoor Worship Services.  

 

 

Blessing of the Animals Worship Service October 2017

The Blessing of  Animals service was once again a very interesting and fun service with all of the animals being very well behaved during their blessing – afterward the whole congregation played kazoos!  
 
 
 

Native American Sunday- November 2017

          Joe Dowd, Cultural Advisor at Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College and second-degree Midewiwin, joined us on in celebration of National Native American Heritage Month.  Joe spoke to us about the Midewiwin lodge (their place of prayer), the learning process for a Mide, and religious ceremonies. We were inspired by his teaching of how every part of the earth is sacred. Our liturgy flowed with Joe’s teaching as we united in praise of our Great Creator.