First Lutheran 2018 Community Partner of the Year
Lutheran Family Services Recognizes First Lutheran
Groundbreaking Ceremony for Building Project
Bring your shovel to worship on October 20 and 21!
Called to Welcome Building Project
We Welcome All Because God Welcomes All
Making Disciples of Jesus Christ is Our Business at First Lutheran
Create Your Own Personal Discipleship Plan
More Than A Tradition
Living with identity, value and purpose
Loving Christ, Loving Each Other
Committed to Caring for One Another
Each person is a unique creation of God and, through grace, is a child of God. The people of First Lutheran Church welcome all because God welcomes all, without regard for race or culture, sexual orientation, gender identity or relationship status, physical or mental challenges, imprisonment, addictions, socio-economic circumstances, or anything else that too often divides us. First Lutheran Church is a spiritual community that celebrates the gifts of God that can empower us to engage in the struggles of life, to care for each other, and to serve Christ where we work and live. Our unity is in Christ.
We desire to grow in our understanding of what it means to be disciples of Christ and ambassadors of his love and grace.
We feel called to care for all of God’s children and creation congregationally, locally and globally.
Celebrate Reformation Sunday With Us on October 28
On Sunday, October 28, we will commemorate the 501st anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, as it is from where we trace many of our Lutheran roots. This annual church holiday highlights the vibrant…Read More
150th Anniversary Celebration of First Lutheran Scheduled
Mark your calendar on February 23, 2020, and plan to join in a weekend of festivities to kick off the 150th anniversary of First Lutheran Church and the Dedication of our new building,…Read More
First Lutheran Recognized as 2018 Community Partner of the Year by Lutheran Family Services
“On an evening when we honor those who have a heart for serving those in need, the list begins appropriately with First Lutheran Church. Since, 1870, when church founders saw unmet needs in…Read More