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Fellowship Groups

OWLS, WOW, Young Parents

We have numerous opportunities for members and guest to become involved in the life of the church. Our fellowship groups include something for every one.  

The Older Wiser Lutherans (OWLS) meet the 2nd Friday of every month. Acivities vary and are anounce in the Church newsletter.

Women of the Word (WOW) is a ladies book club open to all women of the congregation and community. Each month they read and discuss and review a different book. The books vary in genre and are reviewed in light of the Scriptures.

Great Beginnings Fellowship Group    Great Beginnings Book Club invites all women of the congregation to have "Coffee with the Savior." Woemn spend time with those they love and want to get to know better. Theydrink coffee, share stories, and stufy God's Word together. And GOd invites us to do the same with Him. This felloship group meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at 7:30pm. (The meetings move to Thurs during Advent and Lent.)

Ladies Guild

The Ladies Guild is a group of caring women spanning all ages from High School graduates to seniors in life. Our ladies seek to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through acts of service and mercy within the congregation and the community.  The Ladies Guild meets the second Monday of each month at 6:30pm.

The Ladies Guild is part of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League (LWML), which is the national women's organization of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.

Youth Groups, JFOC/TFC

Our youth groups are open to all youth og the congregation as well as the youth of the community. We encourage our youth people to live out their faith in thought, word, and deed. Claiming to be a Christian involves more than coming to Church. It also includes sharing the love of Christ with others through service to our neighbor and by supporting and encouraging one another to be faithful. These are values we seek to teeach our youth people through fun activities and Bible study.  

Health and Spiritual Care

We have an active group of people who provide spritual care and assistance for the elderly and those recovering from illnesses or hospitalization.