ZOOM with personal invite by Pastor Baker.  Contact church office for information 360-426-6353

Wednesday Bible Study

Time:  10:00-11:30 AM

Location:  Martin Luther Room


Exodus relates the story of freedom for God’s people from slavery and the beginning of national identity. The book is strategically important to both Old Testament history and a proper understanding of Hebrew customs and institutions. It is a vital connecting link between the age of the patriarchs (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph), and the remaining books of the Law (Leviticus and Deuteronomy). The deliverance from bondage was a crucial event in the experience of the Israelites. Centuries later, many authors of the Psalms and prophetic books acclaimed it as the most significant miracle in their history. The deliverance serves as a beautiful type of the sinner’s redemption from the bondage of sin. God is presented in several interesting roles in the book:

1.       He is the One who controls history;

2.      He is pictured as the great “I AM”;

3.      He is a holy God;

4.      He is the God who remembers;

5.      He is the God who acts in salvation;

6.      He is the God who acts in judgment;

7.      He is the God who speaks;

8.      He is the God who is transcendent; and

9.      He is the God who lives among His people.


Join us for this study.

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The Lutheran Hour can be heard on Sunday mornings on KAWZ  Radio 89.7 FM Shelton at 7 AM and KLAY 1180 AM out of ​Tacoma at 9:30 AM.  Daily devotions and many other resources are available online at https://www.lhm.org

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Meeting:  Third Tuesday of the month

TIme:  12:30 PM

Location:  Martin Luther Room

Luncheon:  First Wednesday of the month

Time:  12:30 PM


Lydia Ruth Circle is committed to the support of ministries and charitable organizations.


Meeting:  Second Saturday of the month 

Time:  8 - 9:30 AM

Location:  Sanctuary


Men of all ages are invited to join us for a delicious breakfast and Bible study.  It’s a great opportunity to grow in our faith together as we share food, fellowship, and the action of God in our lives together.

BYOB (Bring your own breakfast).  Coffee and tea provided.


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Time:  10 AM - 3 PM

Location:  Martin Luther Room

Making items that are both useful and comfortable and are offered at craft sales, distributed to hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, assisted living homes, hospice groups and other places of need.


Meeting: First Sunday of the month

Time:  10 AM

Location:  Sunday school room

Cancelled until further notice.

Our youth gathering is intended to encourage, inspire, and build up young people to live a life that pursues Jesus.  We continue to welcome all of our members, friends, and their friends to come and participate. 


Click below to see monthly planned events:


2nd and 4th Wednesday:  Youth Bible Study at the church from 6-7 pm.  

Have ideas for an activity or event?  Let us know. You can contact Barb Ellis, Sarah Dohring or Pastor Baker. Better, yet, come to a meeting and bring a friend!



Meeting:  TBA

Time:  6:30 PM

Location:  Martin Luther Room

JANUARY 13, 2019     3 PM        PLEASE JOIN US!

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