God's work. Our hands.

Excerpt from ELCA Presiding Bishop Rev. Elizabeth Eaton's

Mental Health Awareness Statement

Bear one another ’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ (Galatians 6:2 NRSV).

Since the global pandemic was declared in March 2020, many of us have endured extended emotional and psychological anguish. Our anguish has taken the form of sadness in isolation, anxiety in uncertainty, grief over loss, stress over economic challenges and worry over events beyond our control — including the tremendous impact of the crisis on our children. For millions of us adults living in the United States, receiving the vaccine and the hope it brings has alleviated our unease, sorrow and grief.

This past year has provided some of us with a deeper understanding of and empathy for the ongoing mental health challenges endured by our neighbors, friends and family. During Mental Health Awareness Month, especially, our church intentionally recognizes the anguish our siblings in Christ experience daily — pandemic or no — and the fear many of them feel about sharing their stories.

Read the full statement here-

Click the the below links for more information.

The Body of Christ and Mental Illness

Suicide Prevention

Lutheran Suicide Prevention Ministry

Spanish Translation

Be inspired by this video message from the SE Synod.

(featuring our own Pastor Love)


Until it is safe to gather indoors, we will have outdoor "Drive-In" services on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 10:00am. On the alternate Sundays join Pastor Love at 10:00 am on Facebook and archived on our YouTube page.

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