We are a small but faithful Lutheran church. A Lutheran is first and foremost a Christian. “Christian” is the noun and “Lutheran” becomes the adjective. Being “Lutheran” is one way of being Christian. As Lutherans, we are people-centered not in judgment, but in God’s unconditional grace through Jesus Christ. Our tradition is one of ongoing renewal and reform in the church, through the power of the Holy Spirit.
We are a part of a denomination called the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. This 3.3 million-member church is connected to the wider Lutheran World Federation which represents Lutheran Christians all over the world.
You are invited to be a part of our community, regardless of your race, ethnicity, gender, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, marital status, social or economic state, physical or mental challenge, and whether you are confident or questioning in your faith.
We follow Jesus’ model of practicing inclusivity and an open table. This means that all people are welcome in our space and extends to how we worship, celebrate communion, and go out into the world to share the love of Christ. We fully believe in the beauty and inclusivity of LGBTQIA+ folks and women in leadership. We commit ourselves to embracing the work of anti-racism, social and economic justice, and environmental care.