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Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church is a community of faith striving to live in Christ. We welcome ALL. This includes anyone who has been told they do not belong. We embrace racial equity, all ages, all ethnicities, all socioeconomic classes, all sexual orientations, all gender identities, all gender expressions, all family structures, all political affiliations, and all physical or mental abilities. We invite everyone to join us in this common life, fully sharing in the worship, rites, and sacraments of this church. We celebrate that our congregation is intergenerational and a place where God's love is shown in a true and authentic way. 

Through God’s grace: we proclaim boldly, serve joyfully, worship faithfully, 

and welcome openly.


We are a JusticeKnox Member Congregation



“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and ... love your neighbor as yourself” (Matthew 22:37-38). 

Part of loving well is including others in that love through events that are engaging, interesting, community building, and fun! 

Our worship services - 9:30 am

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Every Sunday is considered a “little Easter” in the Church. The risen Christ is making all things new. In the mystery of holy baptism God has made new people of us. Love changes all things! Thus, we may anticipate a new heaven and a new earth. Today Jesus invites us to see everyone and everything in a new light—through the lens of love.

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Image by Aaron Burden

faith formation (aka Sunday School)


Faith formation of all generations is central to our purpose as a congregation and we hold in very high regard the development of faithful children, youth, adults, and families. How do we go about that purpose? Sunday School for all ages! 

For our youngsters, we have classes every Sunday from 10:45 to 11:45 am. 

For adults, we offer a class each Sunday from 10:45 to 11:45 am.


April 14: Study of 1st Corinthians (1 of 4) Led by Tom Cole

April 21: Study of 1st Corinthians (2 of 4) Led by Tom Cole

April 28: Study of 1st Corinthians (3 of 4) Led by Tom Cole

April 31: Study of 1st Corinthians (4 of 4) Led by Tom Cole

“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the lord, and he will repay him for his deed.” 

Proverbs 19:17

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