God has given us two hands, one to receive with & the other to give with. Make use of both!


We are a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in American.  Thank you for visiting us online.

Worship is at 10 a.m.  Bible Discussion and Sunday School is at 9 a.m. Both resume again on September 9.

Holy Communion is offered every Sunday.

You can read some of Pastor Bruce’s blog’s and past sermons by clicking on the Grace Place link below.

Thank you for visiting our web page!

Elim Lutheran Church


We are grace place! No matter who you are or what your life is like, we’d like to welcome you and invite you to grow in grace with us and make a difference in our world.

Jesus makes a difference in how we think, act, speak and live.  Through Jesus we can begin each day anew and have the strength and courage to live the change we want to see in the world.

We invite you to come and grow with us.


We strive to help all people encounter the grace of Christ in such a way that they live with hope and grace.



On Sunday, October 27 at our 10 a.m. worship service we will be remembering and celebrating God’s grace to us in Jesus.  Our theme will be sharing “stories of grace”–how our lives are different today because of God’s free gift of grace in Jesus.  We cannot earn God’s favor.  We don’t deserve it by how well we live.  Nor can we dismiss His life changing love. We simply learn to rest in God’s unconditional love for us in Jesus.  Forgiveness is ours because of Jesus.  Heaven is ours because of Jesus.  Hope and new life are ours in Him.  Check out Ephesians 2:8-9 and think about your own experience in discovering and knowing God’s love for you in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Come and celebrate God’s love and grace in Jesus with us at 10 a.m.


Every read about the prophet Micaiah? What’s he known for?  What do you know about General Naaman’s wife’s servant girl?  This fall we are going to examine some of the little-known heroes of the Bible.  Maybe we can discover something about ourselves in the process!  Sign up for our study, or just come—Sunday morning’s at 9 a.m.  We’ll have the coffee on!


Sunday, November 3rd, is All Saints Sunday.  Heaven is closer than we often realize.  All Saints Sunday is a day when we remember loved ones who have gone on before us and are now in heaven.  We thank God for the gift and promise of heaven that is ours because of Jesus life, death and resurrection.

We will also be offering a “healing service” on November 3rd.  Come and join us.

Pastor Bruce Kolasch