Welcome to Worship

We welcome all people to worship with us. Holy Communion is celebrated each Sunday at 9:30 am. People of every age, walk of life, faith tradition, and sexual orientation are welcome to join us. 

Sunday Morning 2018 Worship

 Please join us each Sunday morning as we worship the living Christ. Everyone is invited and welcome. Also, you are invited to stay after the service for light refreshments and fellowship on the breezeway. 

Sunday School Begins in the Fall of 2018

Grow Your Faith in Sunday School

Our Faith Formation Team is excited to "reboot" Sunday School this fall starting Sunday, October 7th! With an influx of new children and requests for more adult learning opportunities we are excited to offer classes for children and adults on Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m. We will gather in the sanctuary for a time of welcome and then divide into age specific classes for young people and adults. Registration forms for children and youth will be available Sunday, September 23rd in the front of the church or on our website: www.stmlc.com. Look for more information to come regarding classes! 

Sunday School Teachers

Are you passionate about passing faith along to future generations? Would you be interested in leading children in a bible story and craft or game on Sunday mornings? Our Faith Formation team is looking to create a team of teachers (2-3 people) for each of our classes, so that they can alternate weeks and get to attend the adult class once and awhile. So far we have a Preschool Class, Elementary Class, and Adult Class. As the need arises we can expand to offer more classes! If you're interested in being part of one of these teams or being a substitute, talk with Jamie Kinder (Jamie.e.kinder@gmail.com)  or Pastor Katy. 

September 2018 Bible Study

Turn, turn, turn: A time for faithful repentance

Session one: turning to God time after time. What does it mean to repent, and why is repentance important in Christian faith?


This month, we recall the prophet Joel's words: "Return to the Lord, your God, for (God) is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love."


With these words, the prophet reminds us that repentance is nothing to be afraid of - for when we turn to God, we find grace. 


What does it mean to (re)turn to God with all our hearts, and how do we do it? Please come and join us in the discussion. We will meet Tuesday, September 11th at 10:00 am in the large meeting room of the church office. 


Men, women, children.....all are welcome. Copies of the study are available in the Narthex and at the meeting.