• Worship Opportunities

    All services: Masked + Socially distanced + RSVP through the website, church app or by calling the office

    *indicates service is streamed

    • Ash Wednesday / Feb 17 + worship at 12noon & 5:30pm*
    • Lenten Wednesdays / Feb 24 - Mar 24 + worship at 5:30pm*
    • Sundays + worship at 9am or 10am*
    • Palm Sunday / March 28 + worship at 9am or 10am*
    • Maundy Thursday / April 1 + worship at 5:30pm*
    • Good Friday / April 2 + worship at 5:30pm*
    • Easter Sunday / April 4 + worship at 7:30am, 9am or 10am*
  • Daily devotion booklet

    Created with contributions from SJLC members and friends - and produced by FFLL Team.  

    It is our prayer that as you journey with us through these pages each day from Ash Wednesday to Easter, the scripture passages, devotions and prayers in this booklet invite each of us to make our hearts ready to encounter God in a new and deeper way.

  • Season of hope

    Produced by Lutheran World Relief,this weekly study will provide our Wednesday worship texts and has digital resources you can use at home.


  • The Work of the people

    "The Work of the People" is a repository of short films to inspire thoughtful  spiritual thinking.  Each week, Pastor Brian will select a 20 minute meditative video to share, with reflection and prayer that will be offered following the viewing.  Two times are being offered for you to participate via ZOOM - Thursdays, 12noon or Saturdays, 8:30amSign up with the church office to take part in this weekly gathering.

  • Quest towards racial equity

    "Cultivating Justice: A Quest Toward Racial Equity" is a collection of projects and resources made by and for people in the Cedar Valley to promote racial justice and activate systemic change in our communities. The Quest’s collection of local materials includes essays, videos, performances of poetry, artwork, podcasts, toolkits, events, and more (through UNI). 

    For 6-weeks, participants on the Quest will receive weekly newsletters that will guide them as they cultivate habits of consciously and consistently practicing anti-racism. Each week’s newsletter includes a  welcome video from a community leader, a quotation to contemplate, a community assignment to complete, and questions for reflection and discussion. Over the course of six-week, participants will:

    Week 1: Listen and learn about the experiences of others

    Week 2: Define terms to guide and support community anti-racism initiatives

    Week 3: Explore racial issues in specific contexts (i.e policing, healthcare, education)

    Week 4: Locate local initiatives and programs

    Week 5: Act in ways that promote antiracism

    Week 6: Recognize the role of rest in promoting community healing

    Anyone can participate in the Quest. However, materials and projects are most appropriate for people over the age of 18. 

    SIGN UP THROUGH THE CHURCH OFFICE (and we will register you as part of our Quest group)