About Us

Our House of Worship

P1030296.jpgOur house of worship, dedicated to the glory of God, is unique in design and rich in religious symbolism from foundation to spire.

The six-sided structure is influenced by the Old Testament worship structures. The six pointed star of David with its basic six sides has been traditional symbol of the Old Testament faith for centuries. Reaching heavenward from the hexagonal foundation is the tent-shaped roof, reminding us of both the portable tent tabernacle of the tribes of Israel and Solomon's temple where many rich walls and furnishings were overlaid with a brass or bronze.

Rising over the hexagonal shapes throughout our church design in such detail as the foundation, the entry area, the registry table, and light fixtures, are the six triangular roof sectors - each outlined in white, creating the symbol of the Trinity to emphasize our Christian Lutheran beliefs in God, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The triangle shaped fixtures above the balcony further carry out the concept of the Trinity, giving us the light and hope of our salvation.

On entering the church, one immediately sees the baptismal font, a conspicuous reminder that each of us has been reborn as a child of God through the Sacrament of Baptism. The green aisle and altar area is to impress upon us that though Christ has ascended - the story of His love lives ever fresh in His church and to remind us of the Lord of the 23rd Psalm of whom David says, "He maketh me to lie down in green pastures."

The interior lighting effects are designed and regulated to direct the attention of the worshiper to the focal point of the service. Except for the time of the silent prayer at the conclusion of the services the large hanging cross above the altar is brightly illuminated and highlighted by the symbolic blue of the sky


About Our Symbol


Our symbol is a reflection of our vision statement, "A Fellowship of Christians, Grounded in the Scriptures and Centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ."

The structure symbolizes the church (the fellowship of believers in Christ) which rises to become a holy temple to the Lord. It is anchored in the Scriptures out of which rises the cross of Jesus Christ because the message of Christ crucified for us is the central message of the Bible and of our faith. In the midst of the structure are three circles, reminding us that God - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit dwells among and in His people.

It is our hope, prayer, and goal, that as a congregation, we will be such a fellowship of Christians who are grounded in the Scriptures and centered on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Ephesians 2:20-21 "[You are] members of God's household, built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus Himself as the chief cornerstone. In Him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord. And in Him you too are being built together to become a dwelling in which God lives by His Spirit."