A place filled with HOPE and HOPE-FILLED people!!!
9:00 a.m. - Sunday School
9:00 a.m. - Unity Breakfast
10:00 a.m. - Worship Service
We welcome ALL people to join us each Sunday for our uplifting services!
“Lord God, your prophets spoke of a day when the desert would blossom and the waters would break forth in the wilderness. Open the eyes of our hearts, and strengthen the heart of Holy Communion, as we prepare for the coming of the Lord. Shower our hearts with your wisdom and fill us with your love that we may incarnate your love in this thirsty world, for you are our light and salvation.
Blessed be God forever. Amen.”
1. To grow spiritually in our relationship with God.
We will listen attentively to the voice of God through His Word, through prayer, and through developing our relationships with each other.
2. To accept and welcome all people into our community.
We are worshipers of God and his son Jesus. We will equip and encourage each other in our lifelong journey as disciples of Jesus.
3. To engage our members in outreach and purposeful actions, confident in our distinctive Lutheran identity.
God’s work is in our hands. We will engage in the world and make it better and consistent with His teachings.
Holy Communion's "Lifting Each, Feeding All" - Community Meal
Thursdays from 5:30 p.m until 6:30 p.m.
Come, enjoy the fellowship and help out this great ministry!
As the people of God we are to demonstrate our love and respect for all persons; to serve the community and world; and to remain a vibrant and welcoming center of Christian worship!
Growing your faith in the Lord is easy when you have an open and welcoming congregation. All people are welcome to join our Christian Family at any time. Our leadership, and the entire congregation believes in creating an open and caring community that's devoted to making everyone, no matter who you are or what your background is, feel welcome and at home with Holy Communion.
Please join us next Sunday and see how our congregation comes together and experience the true grace of God.
Holy Communion Lutheran Church