We are people of God

Rooted in Christ our Lord

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- Posted on 02 Mar 2014, Pastor: Rev. Thomas Drobena

Who are we?

We are the people of God, made God’s sons and daughters through our holy baptisms and joined together in one family in this church! We come from different ethnic and religious backgrounds, with different strengths and gifts- yet, God unites us into one body with Christ who is the head of all our different parts. We are a people who are loved, redeemed and forgiven by our Lord…

What are we about?

As people of God, we join together in worship and in loving service to one another. We join in prayer and thanksgiving for all the benefits we receive from God’s goodness, and intercede for one another. Our Lord Jesus is the focus of who we are and what we do as Christians; and our worship is a reflection  of our identity and service. We are nourished at the alter through Christ Himself, who is that one heavenly food, and strengthened by it for service to one another and the world! We join together to accomplish the work of God’s church in many different ways; Christian education and enrichment, fellowship functions and special worship programs, and through local & global outreach. In addition, we use our individual talents to serve in other helping capacities to see that the work of God’s kingdom is continued in our church, in the community, and in the Church at large.

We are people of God, who come together in this place- called by our Lord, empowered by the Holy Spirit, and sent to one another and the world. We are God’s ministering servants, made His beloved children through his grace, and connected with the faithful of every time and place, as together we walk with Jesus. May we remain faithful to the Lord and the Church, as together we go about furthering the kingdom of God in Jesus’ name…


Upcoming Events

Exposition of the Holy Shroud

06 Apr 2015 | 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm
The Shroud will be displayed April 6 through April 10, every day, from 12PM-1PM, and from 7PM-8PM. A one hour lecture describing the proof that this is not just the burial cloth of Jesus, but it is also proof of the Resurrection will be presented at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday April 8, and on Friday
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