Worship With Us
Thursdays at 6:30 pm
Sundays at 7:45 & 10:15 am
WELS Missions is reaching out with the saving message of the gospel in the United States, Canada, and 58 foreign countries. Join us to learn more about WELS Missions and how your synod is reaching out to every neighbor, every nation.
President Earl Treptow of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary will present God's Word to us in our worship services that day, as well as lead our Bible study from 9:15-10am. Please join us!
Bible Hour begins September 12th
Adult Bible Study
Teen Group (8th-12th gr)
Sunday School (4k-7th gr)
Get a cup of coffee and join us weekly on Sunday mornings!
in the sanctuary
The Bible study traces God's gracious work in Christ and helps Christians understand their lives as God's sons and daughters.
Here are a few of the topics we will study together...
in room 102
We are called to fear, love, and trust the Lord because He first forgives, loves, and treasures us.
Probe the Book of Proverbs in the context of The Ten
Commandments and discover a unique view of the wisdom contained in the book –
with thought-provoking questions and activities that help shed light on each
commandment and its application in our lives.
Have you ever worshiped with us before? If not, we invite you to check out what our worship service is like before you visit us in person. More videos available on our Full Service Video page.
Who is the Messiah? People of many ages and generations have looked forward to the "anointed one" who would rescue them from sin and oppression. Jesus Christ is the Messiah, the anointed one, who came into the world to save all people.
We are so pleased to be a Bible believing church that puts Jesus Christ in the center of worship and life. We extend our warmest invitation to you and your family to join us at Messiah.
God loves us so much! He sent his Son Jesus to die for our sins and his empty tomb proves that he has saved us from the penalty of all our sins. Please come and have your life changed through “the good news of peace through Jesus Christ, who is Lord of all” (Acts 10:36).
Our gracious Savior, "who is not willing that any should perish" (2 Peter 3:9), is opening mission doors beyond our imagination. We want to seze these opportunities to his glory. Now is the time for all of us to equip even more Christian witnesses to share Christ's love with the world.
Join us in supporting this effort of our college of ministry training, Martin Luther College, by visiting their website.
And, please pray for continued success of the gospel and the workers to send out into the harvest fields.