We seek a vibrant life of faith that creates more love,
more joy, more peace, more patience, more kindness, more generosity,
more faithfulness, more gentleness and more self control. Galatians 5:22-23
Our trust is in Jesus, his teaching and his redemptive work in the world.
Resurrection reaches beyond itself in service of others, bringing hope and healing
in the name of Jesus. We’re all called to participate wherever we live, work, learn or play.
OUR VIBRANT LIVES REFLECT THESE BELIEFS:
God is love, and God has created all things in love and for love.
God exists in loving community as Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer,
drawing us into relationship with God, one another and the world.
We read the Bible through the lens of Gospel, God’s good news for all people.
The Bible is the inspired witness of God’s people throughout history.
The Bible is true primarily in the sense that it truly points
to Jesus, the Truth, who is the Word of God incarnate.
While God speaks to us through the written word, Jesus is the Living Word.
In each and every role of life – friend, employee, family member, citizen, and
neighbor – we are called to be about God’s mission, revealing the Kingdom of God,
proclaiming the Gospel and partnering with God in the work of reconciliation.
Empowered and guided by the Holy Spirit, we are called to love, worship
and glorify God, and proclaim God’s love and forgiveness in word and deed.
Resurrection Lutheran Church is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).
For more information about the ELCA connect to www.elca.org
OUR DOORS AND HEARTS ARE WIDE OPEN TO ALL PEOPLE: Resurrection is not limited to the few. You will find a home at Resurrection.
MEET THE RESURRECTION STAFF HERE. We’re a blend of different interests and abilities, which we use to implement our mission and encourage vibrant life at Resurrection and beyond.
MEET THE MISSION LEADERSHIP TEAM HERE. These volunteers provide the overall leadership and vision for the vibrant life of our congregation. Members are elected to three-year terms at the annual congregational meeting. The Mission Leadership Team president also serves as president of the congregation.