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FLC TV - Easter Sermon: Risen With Christ Today

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There are times when we feel that Christ's victory over death will have its greatest impact some day in the future, long after we are gone. In the sermon for Easter Sunday, Pastor Grayl focuses on Paul's reminder that we are receiving a brand new life every day.


Sr. Youth Italian Dinner and Dessert Auction - May 2nd @ 6:15

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Bongiorno! Join the Sr. High Youth Group on Friday, May 2nd for a free Italian dinner and dessert auction to support their summer mission trip to Crow Agency. Please RSVP at the signup sheet in the narthex. Please contact Julie if you'd like to donate a dessert for the auction.


FLC TV - Good Friday Sermon: Into Your Hands, Lord

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Hear the phrase "Father, into your hands I commit my spirit" and your thoughts might immediately be drawn to Jesus' final words on the cross.  However, those words can be traced back to Psalm 31 as an imploration to God for any person.  In the sermon for Good Friday we remember that Jesus' final words from the cross are an example for us to follow.


A Morning Tea for Daughters of the King

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Invitation to Ladies of all Ages A Morning Tea for Daughters of the King Saturday, May 17 from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. A special morning of learning the privileges of being royal at the historic Story Mansion on Willson Ave. World Mission Prayer League Missionary to Bangladesh Featuring Charlotte Muchow $3.00/lady and capped at $8.00/group ● includes tea/beverage and light refreshments Look for Registration form coming soon If questions, contact church office 586-5374 or Christine 581-8969

Sunday School in Action!

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Our Sunday School children are making valuable contributions to our worship services in the form of new altar banners and special music performances - great job kids!


Sunday School banner makers!




FLC TV - Ash Wednesday Sermon: Words of Christ from the Cross

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For the Lenten midweek worship, Pastor Grayl's sermons will focus on Christ's words spoken on the cross.  For Ash Wednesday he reminds of us of Jesus' words of forgiveness:  "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do."


Watch and Listen to First Lutheran

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Select Bible Studies, sermons and services from the past six months are online (contact the church office for full services):


New Beth Moore Bible Study

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Beginning January 31st the ladies at First Lutheran will begin a new Beth Moore Bible Study titled  A Heart Like His: Seeking the Heart of God.  If you've ever experienced doubts, temptations, losses, family problems, or personal inconsistencies, this study is for you! Child care is provided. The cost for a member book is $18. We meet Fridays, from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m downstairs in the fellowship hall. If you would like to join this study, please contact the church at 586-5374.


Small Group Bible Studies - FALL 2013

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Matthew 18:20 - "For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them."

Looking for a personal way to study the Bible with a core group of people?  The member of First Lutheran host a number of topics throughout the year and there is guaranteed to be one meeting near you!  Check out our Small Group Bible Study list for 2013:


Schedule of Worship Services

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First Lutheran offers three services each Sunday:

  • Traditional service at 8:15 a.m. (with Sunday School and Bible Study following)
  • 'Celebration' service with a contemporary praise band at 11:00 a.m.
  • Evening worship at 5:30 p.m.

Our children's nursery is staffed with trained education specialists who prepare a special lesson plan each week for the children.

During Lent and Advent we also hold services on Wednesdays at 12:15 and again at 6 p.m., with a catered dinner at 5 p.m.

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