LCC Quilts: Sharing the Warmth of God’s Love

Once again, the Quilters of LCC will offer the fruits of their labor to be blessed and dedicated during the 9:00 service on Sunday, February 5. Thirty-eight quilts will be displayed on our pews, the work of around eight quilters this year. After they are blessed, the quilts will be delivered toGood Shepherd Lutheran Church […]

Congratulations for 33 Years of Service

For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1 After a life of service to our Day School that saw tremendous growth and development, and a commitment to both this church and the mission of education, we regretfully acknowledge the well-deserved retirement of Holly Carlson as Head of […]

What Is Church When Fewer Christians Come?

A concern among Christians is what is happening to the church as regular church attendance seems to be not as important to being a Christian.  Some call this change to our society a shift to Post-Christendom: a change where spirituality is individualized and church and church attendance are no longer central to community and faith […]

Blue Christmas 2022

It’s the hap-happiest time of the year, or so the song goes. But not for everyone. For someone who has lost a loved one, the holidays can be a painful reminder of who is no longer around to receive their present. Those who dread family get-togethers because of broken relationships may find the holidays more […]

New Ministry Update

If you haven’t heard the music coming from the Fellowship Hall after the traditional service, or hung around to see all the tables with coloring pens and crafts, you could easily miss that our newest ministry in years at LCC is slowly growing. Starting September 18, we launched a new worship service to appeal to […]

Women’s Candlelight Dinner 2022

Ladies, are you looking for a special night out? Why not join us for the Ladies’ Candlelight Dinner on Thursday, December 8 from 6-8 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall? This Scandinavian-themed dinner started a around five years ago to celebrate St. Lucia Day, which is December 13. The legend of St. Lucia takes place in […]

Advent Study 2022

Since 2011, tens of thousands of churches and small groups have turned Adam Hamilton’s best- selling book on the birth of Christ into a classic that’s read each year. In The Journey, Adam Hamilton travels from Nazareth to Bethlehem in a fascinating look at the birth of Jesus Christ. Using historical information, archaeological data, and […]

Journey Through Bethlehem 2022

Before you know it, Journey Through Bethlehem will be here, and we are all so excited! On December 3, we will have many fun activities for people of all ages, including lots of workshop booths for things such as jewelry making, a sweet shop, a bakery, shops for weaving, toys and music, and lots more. […]

Thanksgiving Eve Pie Social

The history of the pie has its roots in ancient Egypt and Greece. The ancient Greeks ate pie though it was of the savory type with meat in an open pastry shell. The Romans may have been the first to create a pie that included a top and bottom crust….The increased popularity of the sweet […]

Elementary Trick or Treat Party 

Our Elementary Trick or Treat party was a Monster Smash! Over 20 kiddos enjoyed paintingpumpkins, playing Pass the Pumpkin and the Apple Transfer Game, as well as just runningaround and having a great time. They also listened to Pastor Lisa talking about Halloween, andwhy some people like being scared, and what scares them most about […]