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.
For nearly 150 years, our church has been ministering to the needs of our community. And while facilities and faces have changed over the years, one thing remains the same…our commitment to Christ, to one another, and to the betterment of our community.
High School Accompaniment Trip and Youth Gathering Presentation
The high school youth and adults that attended the ELCA Youth Gathering in Houston and who will attend the accompaniment trip to Kansas City next week will give a presentation to the congregation…Read More
Flat Jesus is On the Loose
Jesus is on the loose! In the past weeks, Flat Jesus has been with First Lutheran disciples at work, the Nebraska Synod Assembly, on vacation in New Mexico, with kids at Carol Joy…Read More
July’s Book Discussion Features “Ordinary Grace”
William Kent Krueger’s book, Ordinary Grace, is the July book read for our discussion on Thursday, July 19 from 6:00-7:30 pm.. It is described as a moving account of a boy standing at…Read More