We welcome all God's people to share the Victory of Christ!
As Christians, we recognize that our primary call is to know Christ and make Christ known. Therefore we welcome all Christians and seekers to share in every aspect of our church life. Please come and join us in our worship and Bible study.
To know Christ and
to make Christ known.
To know Christ we seek to grow in discipleship by faithfully hearing, proclaiming, teaching, and studying the Word of God, along with partaking in the Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion.
As stewards of God's grace, we witness God's Good News to others, serving with Christian love, humility and compassion; interceding for them in the name of our gracious Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Community Lutheran Church
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Men's Bible Study
Come join us on Friday mornings at 8 a.m. at Community Lutheran as we gather to learn and grow together in an informal setting. Bring your coffee and your questions -- no subject is taboo.
Our weekly Men’s Bible Study includes: video clips, written hand out materials, questions/answers by participants and open discussion covering subject matter being discussed on the Bible, the people of the Bible, the lands where Jesus’ mission took him, the mission and travels of the Apostles, as well as their difficulties and how their resulting actions might have affected current Christianity.
In the Men’s Adult Bible Study program there are no incorrect questions, there are no subjects that are taboo, and no one is put on the spot to answer questions, we discuss things as a group and learn as a group. We continue with the Multipart Video education / bible study – Subject: New Testament Gospels.
These lessons are designed to give us an expansion of our knowledge and understanding of Jesus, who is described differently in each of the four Gospels. It is interesting to note that each Gospel was written to a different audience and for a different purpose.
It is never too late to come to Luther Hall Friday morning. Bring your insulated coffee mug and become absorbed in our travels through the Gospels and the New Testament.