Meet our Pastor
Pastor Denis Wittenberger
Who among us doesn't understand the fathers cry: I believe; help my unbelief! One of our Lutheran Confessions describes true divine service in this way: The exercises of faith struggling with despair. To hold to the Lord and His gracious promises against everything that seems to contradict and oppose them- this is the challenge of faith, and it is our loving Lord who causes faith to grow strong.
Welcome to God's Holy House. The last portion of the the season after Pentecost is seen against a backdrop of the end times. The struggle against Satan and his forces comes into progressively clearer focus, therefore, the reality that the Lords Church can not live in safety without His support and defense also is made more clear. That's why we are here. Welcome to Pentecost Worship. We are glad you are here. Our Communion, also, celebrates the real presence of Christ, confessing that He comes to us in, with, and under the Bread and Wine. Reassurance of God's forgiveness is given to all who believe. Attendance at the Supper implies agreement and public confirmation of all the biblical teachings of the Church. If you are new to the church and not publicly confirmed in this doctrinal faith, please speak with Pastor first and give yourself time to learn what is confessed and taught at this altar. All are welcome to come to the altar for blessing. Our dress-rehearsal for eternity's worship is scheduled for every Sunday morning. Please join us.