Our Mission

Concordia Lutheran Church welcomes all people seeking God’s love and grace. We welcome all, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, politics, culture, or anything else that might divide us. God’s love welcomes us all!

 

 

Concordia Lutheran Church is a community of caring, loving people who have been called together to proclaim the teachings of Jesus Christ through our thoughts, words, and deeds.

Our church is centered on the gospel of Christ; a gospel that is based on love and mutual respect.  At Concordia, we strive to live, learn, and sustain the will of God, which is for us to love one another as He loves us.  We practice this by not only gathering in celebratory worship, but also by taking part in service and outreach programs to help those less fortunate.

Through our engagement with the Concord community, we seek to not only enrich our own lives, but to enrich the lives of those who we encounter; celebrating the love, grace, and forgiveness that God has granted us, by passing on those same gifts to others

We invite and welcome all people to come and experience the loving fellowship of Concordia Lutheran Church.

 

 

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Each week we'll have a "What have you bee up to" feature from someone in our church community! We'll be posting two this week to catch up. Today Diane Roma is featured!

"Hi Everyone! Pastor Jon asked me to contribute the kick-off article for our new "Staying Connected" activity during this time of being separated. The question is "what have you been doing to keep busy during this pandemic?" We have a very clean house, neat closets, and no weeds in the yard but we did have some excitement that has kept us busy during this "stay at home" time.

On July 2nd a microburst came through our area and took down two big trees in our neighbor’s yard. One landed on our garage roof; the other ricocheted off the chimney on the garage side of the house and landed in the driveway completely blocking our garage. Our roof was damaged; many shingles tore and a hole where a limb punctured through. A window was broken; gutters are torn off; the chimney damaged and the exhaust chimney for the furnace ripped off. The siding has multiple tears in it. The lights on the garage were torn off.

The biggest immediate problem was getting the trees away from the garage so that we could get out. Both cars were in the garage. Fortunately, we have a friend in the wood removal business. He came the next morning and took care of that. The rest of the summer has been spent organizing the repairs. Mag enjoys interacting with the workmen so he took care of getting all the estimates and overseeing the work. Here it is, September and he is still working on it. It appears that many folks are doing work on their homes so the businesses are booked up and supplies are in short supply because of the Covid situation. The good news is that no one was hurt and our insurance company is paying for all the repairs. We have sold our home in Florida so are hoping to see a lot more of you in the future. Mag will be 90 in December and feels he has been to Florida enough. I agree. Hope this finds you all well and happy. Hopefully, we will be back together again soon; In the meantime, blessings."

Let us know what you've been up to in the comments!
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