We thank you for stopping by our website and celebrating the joys of the season with us. We are happy to have a chance to show you a small picture of how much the members of this congregation enjoy doing church together. We are thrilled to be this church active in this community.
We are a congregation of about 140 members with a vibrant worship experience that blends both old and new. Our music program is rich with talent. We have an active brass choir, an adult choir, a chime group, and wonderful opportunities for kids to participate musically.
We are God’s hands in our world in many ways, supporting local, national, and international ministry and mission. In our work and in our worship, we have fun together as God’s people.
The season of Lent (the forty days before Easter, excluding Sundays) is a time when it is common to focus on justice issues, as the season is an opportunity to commit more fully to acts of justice in daily life, and an opportunity to consider the personal sacrifice that acts of justice require.
During the forty days of Lent, you are invited to learn more about food justice with the “40 Days for Food Justice” project. Each daily meditation will be an invitation to consider the choice between food justice and food injustice, offering stories, images, scripture, prayers, and/or reflection questions.
The project is supported by the Minnesota Institute of Contemplation and Healing (MICAH) and the Presbytery of the Northern Plains. It can be found on Facebook and on its website which is hosted by Patheos.
And what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God? Micah 6:8 NRSV
Congratulations to Rev. Mary Carlin who was ordained as a Teaching Elder (Minister of the Word and Sacrament) on Saturday, January 4th at Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Milwaukee. We thank her for inviting us to this special service and wish her blessings as she begins this new chapter in her faith journey.
Rev. Dr. Craig Howard, Rev. Dr. Deborah Block,
Rev. Mary Carlin, Rev. Jean Dow, Rev. Rob Ater