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

Wednesday Bible Study

Time:  09:30-11:00 AM

Location:  Martin Luther Room


In the book of Romans, Paul begins by surveying the spiritual condition of all people. He finds Jews and Gentiles alike to be sinners and in need of salvation. That salvation has been provided by God through Jesus Christ and his redemptive work on the cross. It is a provision, however, that must be received by faith -- a principle by which God has always dealt with humankind, as the example of Abraham shows. Since salvation is only the beginning of Christian experience, Paul moves on to show how believers are freed from sin, law and death -- a provision made possible by their union with Christ in both death and resurrection and by the indwelling presence and power of the Holy Spirit. Paul then shows that Israel too, though presently in a state of unbelief, has a place in God's sovereign redemptive plan. Now she consists of only a remnant, allowing for the conversion of the Gentiles, but the time will come when "all Israel will be saved" (11:26). The letter concludes with an appeal to the readers to work out their Christian faith in practical ways, both in the church and in the world. None of Paul's other letters states so profoundly the content of the gospel and its implications for both the present and the future.


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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

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.



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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. 


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!

JANUARY 13, 2019     3 PM        PLEASE JOIN US!