You’ll find that Lutheran worship is often very similar to Catholic mass. The Lutheran church is part of the “liturgical tradition.”

Join us for Sundary Worship:
8:00, 9:30, 11:00am

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church is located on the corner of 100th Ave and 124th Street.

For Your Kids

Rainbow Kids (Preschool) available during 9:30am service

K - 5 available during the 9:30am and 11am services

Time 4 Tweens (6th Grade) available during 9:30am service

Breakfast Club (Jr & Sr High) available during 11am service

Adult Education


Holy Spirit Lutheran Church provides a wide range of opportunities to challenge and nurture our Christian faith through lectures, readings, discussions, and other activities. Childcare is always available for evening classes. We accept donations to cover the cost of staffing.

Click here to register for classes.


Crossways Bible Study (Pr. Mike Anderson) Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m 

Pastor Mike will lead another Crossways Bible Study class focused on the New Testament beginning Wednesday night, September 20, 7:00 to 8:30. This class is open to all, including those who have not yet taken the Old Testament portion of the class, so please join us. No registration is required; just show up on September 20th.  This year we plan to video record the class and post it on our website. Also, this New Testament focused class will not be offered again for at least three years. Learn more about the class here.



Great Decisions 2018: A Global Affairs Learning Group

Mondays at 7:00 pm: January 8 – February 26

Facilitated by Steve Schuh  

Is the ‘Pax Americana’ waning? What issues impact the US relationship with Russia, China, Turkey, and South Africa? How is media influencing American policy abroad? Great Decisions is a national, grassroots, foreign policy education program. Small group discussions are led by local members using material published by the nonpartisan Foreign Policy Association (fpa.org). Briefing book: $30. Click here to register online now.



Guiding Good Choices

Mondays at 6:15pm: January 8 – February 1

Facilitated by Gayle Richardson and Becky Cole

The goal of this 5-session program is to prevent substance abuse among tweens and teens by teaching parents of preteens and younger adolescents the skills they need to improve family communication. Parents will learn specific strategies to help children avoid drug use and other problem behaviors. This course is designed for parents of children ages 8-14. Participants report feeling better prepared for the challenges that can come as children grow. $20 for the class: childcare is available for a suggested donation of $5 per child per week. Click here to register online now.



Finding Meaning in Writing

Mondays at 7:00pm: January 22 – March 5

Facilitated by Pastor Larry Morris

Writing is just one way we express ourselves, as well as understand ourselves and our experiences. Writing can be a way to connect with others. It can be a way to find healing. We can write to understand and communicate our faith. It can be a way to find enjoyment.  We will talk about all of these: about writing stories, poetry, letters and more. We will have a number of writing prompts that participants will have the opportunity to try, including writing about growing up, writing simple poetry or lyrics for songs and letters to those you want to stay in touch with. Those who wish to, will have a chance to read their writings. Please email Pastor Larry at PLarryMorrs@gmail.com to sign up. No cost. 



Lutheran Voices Speaker Series: Winter Session
After Bonhoeffer: Radical Theology in a World Come of Age

Saturday, February 3rd, 9:30am - 12:30pm

From his Nazi prison cell, Lutheran theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote a series of letters to his family and closest friends about a ‘world come of age,” the modern world where people no longer perceive God to be necessary. He then imagined a new kind of “religionless Christianity,” a faith that could engage secular people. Following his execution in 1945, Bonhoeffer’s letters were published, and they inspired a generation of radical theologians – especially in the U.S. – to explore the loss of religion in modern culture and with it the “death of God.” What became of these theologians, and what influence did they have? As church membership continues to decline across denominations, what do they say to us and our world come of age? Join the Rev. Dr. Dan Peterson (pastor, professor, and author for this Saturday morning workshop, and introduction to Radical Theology, part of Holy Spirit’s ‘Lutheran Voices’ speaker series. cost is $20.  Click here to register online now. 



Coming this Spring…

Men’s Retreat: March 2-4 at Camp Huston near Gold Bar. See Mark Weiseth for more details.

Women’s Retreat: March 23-25 at Rainbow Lodge in North Bend. See Pastor Katy for more details.

Lenten Small Groups will begin after Ash Wednesday on February 14.