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Cross Lutheran Church ELCA

"Joyfully Doing God's Work"

A worshiping and serving community where relationships are important; people are known and loved. We’re active participants who meet Jesus at Church and follow him into the world. 
Worship Schedule:
8:30 a.m. Sunday School (Sept-May)
9:30 a.m. Worship
 

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Upcoming Events

500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Martin Luther posted his “Ninety-Five Theses” in Wittenberg on Oct. 31, 1517, and the resulting debate about Christian teaching and practice led to changes that have shaped the course of Western Christianity for almost 500 years. At the heart of these wide-reaching changes was a deep conviction that God’s mercy or grace in Jesus is given freely to all. When Luther and others learned to trust God’s mercy with “a living, daring confidence,” they discovered in that faith the freedom to give themselves generously, lovingly in all of life’s undertakings with everyone they met.

Cross will be observing the 500th anniversary with a potluck on Oct. 29th.  We will also be celebrating our own 140th Anniversary as a church that same day.  Please join us for worship, fellowship and of course food!

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Members of our new Mission Exploration Team will be: Pastor Stein, Michelle Nord, Elmo Wendorf, Todd Watermolen, Jeff Campbell and Kayla Thrane.  We also have invited a representative from outside our membership to be on the team and her name is Pastor Karen Jost of St. John's in Stone Bank.  Please pray for us as we begin this important work.  We trust that God has an exciting and meaningful future in store for Cross.  Let's embrace it!

Pet Blessing Oct. 15th

 The bond between person and pet is like no other relationship, because the communication between fellow creatures is at its most basic. Eye-to-eye, a man and his dog, or a woman and her cat, are two creatures of love.  No wonder people enjoy the opportunity to take their animal companions to church for a special blessing. Church is the place where the bond of creation is celebrated. Please join us for our Pet Blessing Worship service on Sunday, October 15th at 9:30 a.m.