The centerpiece of the church year is the season of Lent and the events of Holy Week. We invite you to be part of our revisiting of these core events in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ our Lord.
Click over to our Lent & Holy Week Schedule to find out more. It is all listed on our recently updated main church page: Here is the Link.
We welcomed two new members at the beginning of 2015. These both entered our fellowship through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism on two different Sundays. Each were baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit. At MLLC we always baptize in this name, following the direct instructions of Jesus Christ himself. See the Trinity symbol above.
Quinly Shawn was baptized on January 4.
Bowen Emanuel Warren was baptized on January 11.
We had another joyful Sunday at MLLC. We welcomed Kannon, the son of Tanner and Brittany. Kannon was joined to the saving work of Jesus Christ through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism on Sunday, August 24, 2014 at our 9 a.m. worship service. When a person is baptized at MLLC he or she also joins the congregation. We rejoice in God’s grace which has been brought into Kannon’s life through this sacrament.
See more about this baptism and our other new members at MLLC on our New Member page – click this link.
As a service to parents and interested individuals we post our snack and lunch menus for Martin Luther Lutheran School.
Click this link to see the upcoming menus.
We are thankful for the excellent staff, families, students and school board, who, along with the people of MLLC, work to make Martin Luther Lutheran School the best it can be. Thanks be to God!
At the Great Vigil of Easter – Saturday, April 19, 2014, we welcomed three new Christians into God’s family: Tonia, Ally and Judd. Each of these received the Sacrament of Holy Baptism at the Vigil. We are very thankful for God’s gift of faith and the work he is already doing in the lives of these three. As newly baptized Christians they are also new members of MLLC. Ally and Tonia also received the Sacrament of Holy Communion for the first time as Christians at this service. It was a joyful evening for all involved.
Check out this page to learn more about our Great Vigil of Easter.
The Great Vigil of Easter is the ancient time when New Christians have been baptized. Every year, including 2014, thousands of people are baptized all over the world at Great Vigil of Easter services such as we had at MLLC. Many congregations also use this special service to receive new members into the congregation. My own son was baptized at the Great Vigil of Easter in 2004 at the congregation I served in North Liberty, Indiana, at that time.
Here are some more photos from the baptisms of Tonia, Ally and Judd on April 19.