During the COVID-19 crisis, if you or a loved one is in need of care or would like assistance, please contact the church office. Office staff can update you on our ability to assist.


The Care Committee serves congregation members and visitors, sharing Christ's healing love. Our members serve those who are

  • Hospitalized
  • Handicapped
  • Estranged
  • Lonely or felt out
  • out of work
  • Distressed
  • Grieving
  • Divorced

We do this through notes and cards, visits to the homebound and members in nursing homes, and providing transportation for members. We mail the Sunday bulletin and send Portals of Prayer booklets to the homebound, and provide Advent and Lenten Meditation booklets for shut-ins and other members of our congregation. We also provide additional services including birthday parties, May baskets, Reformation bread, and fellowship coffee following the afternoon Advent and Lenten services. The Care Committee sells greeting cards from a rack in the library. Cards and notes are sent to our members in the Armed Services. We are always looking for volunteers to provide transportation for members needing rides to Church services and other activities.

If you or someone you know would benefit from these services of one-to-one caring, please contact the church office at 402-391-9625.


Portals of Prayer

Portals of PrayerThese short meditations cover a variety of themes, each one connecting a common topic with God’s presence and power as revealed in His Word. For those who are mature in their faith, these daily devotions encourage readers in daily meditation on God’s Word. This collection provides devotional materials for Lutherans and other Christians that remind them of the strength, freedom, and joy we have in our Savior, Jesus Christ.